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  1. Gazelle Test Management
  2. GZL-4652

Consider updating GMM to show step count for each role

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    • Severity:
      Low - cosmetic
    • Account:
      CLEVELAND2018 (NA2018)

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      It is a common pattern when writing new tests with new roles to copy an existing test so you can maintain the existing test steps and then changing each test step to use the new role. When you are done, you delete the existing/prior role. You now have a test that leveraged the old test and used the existing steps. This is very handy as is.

      See the attachment that shows the roles in the existing test. If you could add one more column that indicates "Number of test steps", that would give me one more indication that it is safe for me to delete that role. I am not asking that you ask if I really want to delete the role or take actions if the count is not already 0. You already have that. This is just one more visual check.

      This is a suggestion. You might just mark it as won't fix if it takes too long.

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        1. screenshot-1.png
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          Guillaume Thomazon
        2. test-roles-in-a-test.png
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          Steve Moore

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                gthomazon Guillaume Thomazon
                Reporter:
                smoore Steve Moore
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