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sandeep7972
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Running Multiple projects in a Suite in Azure pipeline

Hi...One of my team member created individual projects for each feature. That means we have multiple execution plan editor. So when running the pipeline in Azure, its running random projects. that is, the run is not starting with the first project. Is there any way we can provide a sequential order in Testcomplete or in Azure pipeline.

 

 

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Marsha_R
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You can create a Project Suite in TestComplete to organize multiple projects

https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/working-with/managing-projects/project-suites.html


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Kitt
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Here's a previous post that may be helpful [here]. I would suggest setting up your pipeline vsTestTask to run 'Select tests using' Test Plan instead of Test Assemblies or Test Run. As long as you have a Test Plan specified in ADO with associated automation - Azure will run the test cases within the ADO Test Plan in the order you Define:

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**insure you have your test configurations set for your ADO Test Plan too:

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sandeep7972
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Thank you all for the reply.

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