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You should be able to use the UI to delete scheduled test runs. Look in the section "To remove a scheduled test execution:" on this page. If you feel that you have a job that is stuck and you can't use the UI to delete it, let me know and I'll help with that situation.
I hit the X delete button in the results tab and the test goes away. I hit reload(local) and it reappears.
The POST is below:
Interesting, I did not expect so little in the log. I would like you to try one last workflow, but please do not attempt it if you have any existing scheduled jobs which are important to you (as it would delete them all).
First shut down our Windows tray app (Test Runner). Then, depending on how you've installed, process vs service, please purge the files in the following directory:
(process, default) 'C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\Telerik\TestStudio\Scheduler\ScheduleStorage'
Let me know whether doing so helps.
This method did delete the files. However when I scheduled a test again and tried the recommended GUI version of deletion it does not work.
After Mario made the post you have quoted, we found that on Windows 64-bit there's another location you need to look at:
Also, I'm finding that these jobs are stuck, because I choose option checkout latest from TFS. Is there something I need to do on the remote execution/scheduling servers to configure for TFS?
I have confirmed that TFS is accessible from the remote execution/scheduling machine.
The only issue I see at the moment for Telerik is the necessity to delete any Job via the GUI. It is easy to create a job that is not a valid TFS user to reproduce the issue for your developers.