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for your information, the functionality of drag and drop is back, in the new interfaces the action is different between the tabs "Define" and "Execute", you need to be on "Define" tab to use drag and drop.


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According to the Azure DevOps Forum, The Move or Drag & drop test case functionality is currently not available in new Azure Test Plans. It will be available in the coming weeks. For now, you can turn off the “New test plan page” preview feature to return to the old view by performing the following process: Sign-in into your Azure DevOps Services ...


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Yes, QA Automation Engineers, like any QA role, can move to other roles in the SDLC: developer, DevOps, etc. QA Automation is also more than "just using Selenium". Selenium 4 just came out this week, so there is always a future need for UI automation. Now, you might get bored doing this day-in and day-out. Consider learning automation skills around ...


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Verify which gradle version installed on your machine and make changes in my gradle-wrapper.properties file to distributionUrl=https\://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-6.2-bin.zip Note - for me gradle 6.2 works perfectly considering my project. May vary in your case. Then I found - Java version is not supporting to all versions. Java 16 will not ...


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I ran into an issue where the Cloud Agent would timeout after an hour and so I just spun up a VM on Azure and used Windows Task Scheduler to run the tests each night and upload the results (via Git). The results viewer (under Test Plans > Runs) in Azure was setup to pull those results from git. To add those results I setup a Pipeline task that ran before ...


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The test results file (.trx) is an XML file which you could code a parser for. You could scrape each test name and how long it took. You would then need to save that to a database or something. Then when the next test runs you can compare the two using your script and "flag" those tests. You can decide whatever you want to do with those flags tests,...


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