One of my developers withdrew a unit test (as it was a duplicate of one in a different ruleset) However the withdrawn unit test still appears under Branch Quality > Unit tests. I don't believe this is expected behavior. In my particular instance it's not blocking me, however I can imagine there may be cases where the test case was old and fails and would be a problem in an automated test suite situation.
***Edited by Moderator: Pooja Gadige to add capability tag***
@Byshu To clarify, I am trying to withdraw the test case rule. The rule being tested (a data transform) is still valid, and we have another test case in a different ruleset . We are withdrawing the test case for the rule in an obsololete (to be eventually removed from our application when all test cases have been migrated) Currently the withdrawn test case still resides in the branch. Since the test case is withdrawn, I would prefer not to have it in the list of cases in the branch set of test cases to run.
Posted: 1 month ago
Posted: 12 Jul 2022 1:28 EDT
Byshu Ayyappaswamy (Byshu_Ayyappaswamy)
@PeterG0262 Withdrawal of rules are considered for rule resolution only after merging. You're probably seeing the old/original version of the rule and not the (branch)version that has been withdrawal. After merging all will be okay.