Separate log files for every automated test run (e.g. by using placeholders)
in TestExecute's documentation about the command line it's stated:
file_name should specify a non-existent file. If you specify the name of an existing file, TestExecute will fail to run the test.
So, if I automate my test runs to run every day and if I don't want to overwrite my log files every day or I don't want to change my command line call every day by script to change the file names for the /ExportLog and /ExportSummary parameters, I thought if I could use some placeholders to have new logs for every new day.
Or can you recommend another option to store separate logs for every day's test execution?
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Try using the Store All Logs and Number of recent logs to keep settings mentioned here. i think that may override what's in the command line.
> can you recommend another option to store separate logs for every day's test execution?
Something like this might help:
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