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How to validate BPCA in CBTA?

Nov 24, 2016 at 08:41 AM

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When i ran the BPCA on my project, it is showing list of t-codes which are effected or changed by using transports Ex-10. When i select the optimize test scope here i can see the list of test cases and t-codes effected or changed in my project. Here we have an option like test plan,from here i created a test plan,package and executed few test cases. Again i started the run BPCA but still i am getting same number of t-codes and test cases which i have in before test package execution. Is this correct behaviour of the BPCA(same number of test cases and t-codes will appear every time for the same transports) in BPCA or The effected or changed test cases we executed in test packages, those test cases should not apeear in the list of new BPCA?

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Alexandre SABATIER Nov 24, 2016 at 09:42 PM
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Hello,

BPCA compares objects contained in the Transport Request with the existing objects in the target system to be analyzed.

The list of impacted T-Codes and Processes will always be the same, until the target system is upgraded.

However, if you have created Test Cases related to the impacts: BPCA should show them in the list, next to the Tcode to be tested/impacted.

Test Execution does not influence BPCA in any way (other than the Recommendations; eg. manual test effort is 3h and automated test would 2.5h, then BPCA will recommend you to automate the manual test).

Cheers.

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