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  1. Red Hat Process Automation Manager
  2. RHPAM-2320

Test scenarios fails with default values

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    • Steps to Reproduce:
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      1) Create a data model object with a numeric filed like int, double, etc. and sample rule
      eg -: Obj (id==0) of type int.

      2) In the test scenario

      For Given section, pass the value for id as 0.

      For expect section, select the data object and id field, by default the edit box would be populated by default value 0. Don't edit it.

      3) Run the test scenario, the test case will fail (refer attachment).

      4) Edit the field to some random value and run the test. Now change field value back to 0 and run the test. Now the test will pass (refer attachment).

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      1) Create a data model object with a numeric filed like int, double, etc. and sample rule eg -: Obj (id==0) of type int. 2) In the test scenario For Given section, pass the value for id as 0. For expect section, select the data object and id field, by default the edit box would be populated by default value 0. Don't edit it. 3) Run the test scenario, the test case will fail (refer attachment). 4) Edit the field to some random value and run the test. Now change field value back to 0 and run the test. Now the test will pass (refer attachment).
    • Story Points:
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    • Workaround Description:
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      You can edit the default value and type the same value again to run the test case successfully.

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      You can edit the default value and type the same value again to run the test case successfully.
    • Sprint:
      2019 Week 38-40 (from Sep 16), 2019 Week 41-43 (from Okt 7)
    • QE Test Coverage:
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      Description

      In test scenarios (Legacy test scenario) expect section, if we don't edit the default numeric values in expect section then test scenario fails, but if we edit and enter the same value it passes, sometimes we have to type a different value, run the test, then retype 0/0.0 for it to pass.

      The issue is always reproducible.

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              Assignee:
              Rikkola Toni Rikkola
              Reporter:
              sudhi.nair Sudhish Nair
              Tester:
              Jozef Marko Jozef Marko
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