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How to save SE37 test sequence in the test data directory?

Hi!

Is it possible (and how to proceed) to save test sequence in the test data directory using SE37?

For single FM test all is ok - test is saved with all specified parameters, but cannot do the same for test sequence.

Regards,

Maxim.

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    Former Member
    Nov 11, 2005 at 04:31 AM

    You can use CATT for this purpose.

    Cheers.

    Sanjay

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    Nov 11, 2005 at 04:27 AM

    Hi Maxim,

    I would assume that we can create test cases for each FM that's used in the sequence and create the test sequence with the same name. Anyway, if you find the solution, please post it here for us.

    Thanks,

    Chaps.

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  • Nov 11, 2005 at 04:30 AM

    I tried test data is getting created for only one FM, if we specify three FM also.

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      Hi Judith,

      The test sequence is to chain the testing of function modules and not necessarily to test them. Think about it!

      Chaps.

  • Nov 11, 2005 at 04:44 AM

    It is possible to do that. In SE37 initial screen, you enter the first function module name of the sequence. Then in the menu, 'Function Module>Test>Test Sequences'. In the subsequent pop-up, you have to all your function modules of your sequence in that order, including your first one again.

    Then you execute. It will take you through your first FM execution, and then results. Once you back out from the results of the first one, it will take you to the execution of the second one, so on and so forth. Once all of the function modules are executed and when you back out, it will ask you to enter some comments and press save. A sequence number will be auto generated with your comments on it. Next time, you will go directly to that sequence and can start executing.

    Srinivas

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