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Add namespace/grouping to variables

We would like to put quite a lot of information in variables. It would simplify the overview if there was a built in namespace/grouping functionality. This would make it possible to introduce folding for each namespace/Group.

E.g.

Account.User1

Account.User2

Resource.Id1

Resource.Id2

In the UI one could unfold only the section one is interested in.

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Add test selection parameter for command line

Add a parameter to select a specific test in a suite file to run from command line.

 

I would like to create a suite with two tests, one basic for Swift verification and one for mor thorough tests.

Then I want to run these from command line.

It will be a maintenence problem to put these tests in diffrent suite files, since they will be based on the same set of templates.

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Add Lock Button for Test

The new lock for actions is well done and a great improvement. We need the exact same thing for the test themselves. I have many test files with huge lists and the same issue that causes them to loose there order because of the drag and drop functionality. Please add the same lock that is on items to tests.

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Allow run individual actions

When developing a test, often I find I want to just re-run one specific action. Could we get a Run icon, inside a test, so that we could run just an "Assert" or a "Create Object" instead of having to run through the entire test. Often I find I disable all the other stuff just to run this one item again and again. Only run the tick box selected items if the button is pressed. This would go in the toolbar inside ...more »

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Enhanced Test Results Web Report

Put the Description of the test into the results tab. Looking at many very similar tests having the Description can make it so much easier.

 

And on a failed test, particularly one where values are compared. Show the value found. This is a standard feature of Junit where it shows both expected and actual values. Right now you show only expected value in the report.

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