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Norbert
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Norbert asked on 20 Jan 2014, 04:19 PM
Hello,

we have a test with some coded steps. For some reason they get corrupt on the execution server. That means it copies a part of the content twice. Making it incorrect c# sharp. But when i change the cs file in test studio i see the changes in the files locally, but when i run the test list on the execution server it uses older files and makes them corrupt. I attached the corrupted file.

I also removed some test from the project and tfs, but when I execute the testlist on the execution server I still see the old test files.

Any ideas?

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Cody
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answered on 22 Jan 2014, 10:59 PM
Hello Norbert,

This is a known bug in Test Studio. After a project is upgraded (because you upgraded Test Studio), the project/file GUID's can change and it will result in two copies of the same file being put into our storage service.

We recently implemented a fix for this. You can obtain the fix by downloading and installing our latest internal build, 2013.2.1321.

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