In the Scheduled Runs tab you can track test execution and view run results in a central location, as well as manage future runs.
In the default board view, each card shows a scheduled run with its included test suites, sorted by statuses:
|Planned||The scheduled run is in the future.|
|In progress||The scheduled run is currently running.|
The scheduled run was manually skipped, or it could not start due to technical problems such as lack of communication.
|Completed||The scheduled run was executed.|
The board view shows a 48-hour period, which includes the last 24 hours and the upcoming 24 hours. If you want to filter by a different duration, use the grid view.
To drill down to a scheduled run's details, click the run ID link. This shows you all included test suites with suite run details.
To duplicate a scheduled run, select a run and choose More > Duplicate Schedule Run. Enter a start time for the new schedule. You can duplicated any scheduled run that is not in the Completed phase.
Tip: You can assign colors to cards in the board to group them in a meaningful way. For details, see Board view.
Each card in Planned status shows the scheduled start time.
Click Run now if you need to run a scheduled run outside its planned time.
Drag a card from Planned to In Progress to trigger a scheduled run.
The cards are sorted with the next scheduled run at the top.
Each card in the In-progress status shows the execution duration, and the number of test suites that have been executed out of the total number of suites.
If needed, click the Stop button to stop execution and skip the run.
The cards are sorted with the longest duration at the top.
The Skipped status includes runs that were manually skipped or did not start due to technical problems.
You can also drag a planned or in-progress run into the Skipped column if needed. The scheduled run will then be skipped and not executed.
If you set a schedule to inactive, its runs are automatically moved to Skipped status.
If any of a run's test suites completed successfully, the card appears in the Completed column.
The Skipped column is sorted with the latest skipped run at the top.
Each card in the Completed status shows the execution duration, and the number of tests in the run that passed, failed, or were skipped. This execution summary can be seen in the card, grid, and document view.
Click the Results link to drill down to detailed test run results. Here you see all the included test runs, their test suites, and their statuses.
The cards are sorted with the latest completed run at the top.
Tip: In the ValueEdge Quality module, if you open run details using the Runs tab, you can click Open Test Run Report to download a run report from the cloud runner.