Question3Replies1930Views GeniceL6 Member since 2015 6 posts Accenture Posted: February 2, 2017Last activity: February 21, 2017 Closed Adding (new) Test Cases to a Test Suite in Pega 7.2.2I just updated from Pega 7.1.9 to 7.2.2So I go went to check my test suite/test cases in 7.2.2:1. Went to Designer Studio > Application > Automated Testing > Automated Unit Tests2. Clicked "Switch to new version button"3. Created a new test case for an activity (using the new test case creation version in pega 7.2.2). Saved it4. Opened my test suite, I cannot find or add the new test case.Question: - Is there a way to add a test case (created using the new test case creation version in pega 7.2.2) in a test suite?- Is there a new version also to create a test suite? I checked the pega 7.2.2 documentation, it still points to creating test suite in old way. Low-Code App Development Testing Applications ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 3 years agoHaritha12 PEGA replied to GeniceL6Hi, Can you verify, if the test case created, is appearing in the records explorer ? Also check if the test ruleset, is included in the ruleset hierarchy of the application Posted: 3 years agoGeniceL6 Accenture replied to Haritha12Hi, The test case created in a new version way is not appearing on records explorer. Yes, test ruleset is included in the ruleset hierarchy of the application. I did this to test; 1. Created test case A using the new version way 2. Created test case B using the old version way 3. Can add test case B in a test suite, but test case A cannot be added 4. Test case A and B are both in same ruleset Posted: 3 years agoHaritha12 PEGA replied to GeniceL6Hi, I followed the below approach to add testcases to testsuite: 1)verify if the ruleset specific to testcases has been created or not 2)Add this to your application ruleset list 3)Make sure use this ruleset to store testcases is enabled 4)Launch the AUT dashboard and click on create. 4)After creating the suite, In the rule type, make sure activities is listed 5)Clicking the query, will list all the testcases. Select them and add them to your test suite.