I need something random at each login, I’m using a code like this:
def now = new Date()
GlobalVariable.timestampEachLogin = now.toString()
And everything works good, but when I’m in parallel execution in a Test Suite Collection it fails. Because, let’s say I call three test suites with login test case in it: my
GlobalVariable.timestampEachLogin is set to latest login value of the three. Just the latest, not one different for each test suite as I thought,
How to solve this?
Maybe something like a GlobalVariable for each Test Suite?
Dear Hanh Tran, thanks for your answer.
This is not my problem. I already use that
.format. I need the random variable for each test suite when I execute them in parallel mode. Because a test suite call many test case with that GlobalVariable and it changes in every test suite.
So I need a GlobalVariable for each Test Suite, not just for all parallel execution. Is it more clear now?
If you really want a random value in that case, I would suggest using the following format instead for ‘now’ varliable:
It will get current time to extract miliseconds so that you can avoid duplicate/latest values for executing Test Suite Collection in parallel