10. Dry Run Check

Why Was this Developed?

The Dry Run check feature was developed to enhance user flexibility and efficiency during the test execution. The dry run check approach caters specifically to scenarios where users initiate multiple executions for the same execution profile but require only the actual execution report. For instance, in a scenario where an execution profile is executed ten times but only two of these executions are to be actual, the remaining eight executions are Dry Run Check. This feature enables the user to simulate the remaining eight executions; these simulated executions do not produce status updates, streamlining the process.

What is the goal?

The Dry Run Check feature empowers users with greater flexibility and efficiency during test execution within Avo Assure. Specifically, this feature aims to cater to scenarios where users initiate multiple executions for the same execution profile but only require the actual execution report by allowing users to designate certain executions as dry run checks.

How Does It Work?

The Avo Assure team has developed two APIs, the FetchExecutionDetailsListAPI and the FetchDefectDetailsListAPI, to facilitate the retrieval of execution details and defect lists for specific projects. Through these APIs, users can seamlessly access essential information related to their project's execution and any defects encountered.

Upon utilizing the FetchExecutionDetailsListAPI, users can obtain a comprehensive list of execution details, including the frequency of testcase runs, by executing the API with external tools like Postman. This API response furnishes users with crucial insights into the execution history of their testcases.

Similarly, by employing the FetchDefectDetailsListAPI, users can retrieve a comprehensive list of defects associated with testcase executions. This API provides users with valuable information about any defects encountered during testing, allowing for efficient tracking and management.

  1. The user has to navigate to the Avo Assure home screen.

  2. The user has to select the project from the All Project list.

  3. The user has to click the Execute button and the Configure and Execute window will be displayed.

  4. The user has to click the Execute Now button and the Execute Now window will be displayed.

  5. The user has to select the Execute with Avo Assure Client radio button.

  6. The user has to search and select the available Avo Assure Client.

  7. The user must click the Dry Run check box and the Execute button.

  8. A toast message will be displayed as Execution Started on Avo Assure Client.

How Can I Get This?

If the user upgrades to the latest version of Avo Assure to 24.1.0, this feature will be available automatically. If you are not part of this particular version, 24.1.0, contact Avoproductsupport@Avoautomation.com to get this version.

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