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Organize Pega unit tests with nested test suites

Suggest edit Updated on May 3, 2021
You can now better organize your Pega unit tests with nested test suites. A test suite can now contain both test cases and other test suites. Additionally, test suites within a top-level test suite support further nesting of test suites. By nesting test suites, you can reuse existing test suites to build up new test suites, which saves time and avoids duplication of test suites.
 
For example, you can create multiple suites that contain specific test cases, and then put these building-block suites inside higher-level, master test suites. Then, if you add or remove test cases from the building-block suites, these changes are immediately reflected in the master suites, so you do not have to modify each suite manually.
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Adding test suites to test suites

For more information, see Pega unit test suites.

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