I am running TestComplete tests in Azure using the TestComplete test adapter. I noticed that the Visual Studio Test task has an option to re-run failed tests (much like the recently added feature for TestComplete).
However when I enable this option the pipeline errors out when trying to re-run any tests, saying that it couldn't find any tests to run.
It runs the tests again with the filter
FullyQualifiedName=<ProjectSuite>.testitem:<Project>\\<test case name>
Which I think it doesn't understand.
Is there a way to make the azure pipeline re-run the failed the tests, the same way that TestComplete itself can?
I am thinking I might have to change to just call TestExecute from a script, but I don't know if TestExecute can export JUnit to be consumed by the pipeline. From what I can tell, Smartbear recommends to use TestComplete test adapter with Visual Studio Test
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