You can create a new query for a test plan through eitheror . You can also create a new query by combining existing queries.
Do not type the dollar sign ($) prefix before the symbol name. The wildcard characters * (asterisk) and ? (question mark) are supported for partial matches: * is a placeholder for 0 or more characters, and ? is a placeholder for 1 character.
If you type find_5 (* in the Testcase field, the query searches all the testcase statements in the plan and marks those test descriptions that match, as well as all subordinate descriptions to which the matching testcase statement applies, which are the test cases where the find_5 test case passed in data.Example 2
If you type find.t in the Script field, the query searches all script statements in the plan and marks those test descriptions that match exactly, as well as all subordinate descriptions to which the matching script statement applies, which are the test cases in which you had specified find.t exactly. It would not match any script statements in which you had specified a full path.
Click OK to create the query. The New Testplan Query dialog box closes, and the Mark by Named Query dialog box is once again visible. The new query displays in the Testplan Queries list box.
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