With Execution Flows you are able to cue up a series of Test Plans to automatically play, one after the next. This article details around creating and executing flows.
Create New Execution Flow
Click Create New Execution Flow in the menu bar. The Execution Flow Schedule form opens.
The above image shows how the Execution Flow page looks upon opening.
Flow Name: Enter a name for the Execution Flow (avoid special characters).
Description: Provide an optional description to help identify this Execution Flow.
Select Test Plans: Double-click on the Available Test Plans pane the Test Plans you wish to include in your Execution Flow. Double clicking on "Test Plans" in the Selected Test Plans pane will remove them. The arrow icons can also be used to add/remove.
Use the arrow icons to re-order the Test Plans within the Execution Flow.
Toggle Exclude Failed rUsers: Use this feature to establish whether or not to execute tests on the rUsers that failed in the previous test.
Highlight the desired Test Plan in the Selected Test Plans pane and click Toggle Exclude Failed rUsers to set. Underlined/Bold Test Plans will not execute tests on the rUsers that failed in the previous test.
Click Save to save the Execution Flow.
View Execution Flow List
Click Exec Flow List to see a list of all the existing Execution Flow List.
Run Execution Flow
To initiate a test using an Execution Flow, select an Execution Flow and then click Run.
Note: You can also start the Execution Flow by clicking Exec Flow Link . Copy the link and paste it on the Web Browser. You can rename the test name in the following link.