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TM4J-Is there a way to pass/fail all steps with one click instead of executing each step manually

TM4J - Is there a way to pass/fail/Block all steps in the test case with one click instead of executing each step manually. I have a test with 50 steps and I am looking for an option to execute the script quickly without having to go to each step. 

Would be good if the cursor moves to the next step automatically after one step is excuted instead of the user manually having to move to each step and execute which makes it tedious.

(Fyi- RQM(Rational Quality manager) provides the option to do that and also when one test step is executed the control automatically moves to the next step).

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At the top-right of your test execution record is a status button, the test timer, and the ellipsis button. Click the status button to drop down all of your test execution status options. If you select a status from that drop-down, it will set the entire test case to the selected status. Each step will still show Not Executed, but the test execution will show Passed.

OR, you can set the execution status for your first step then click on the cog/gear icon for the first step and use the "Set all steps below to" and pick an execution status.

Thank you!!! I know the first option. Will try the second option as advised.

This worked. Thank you so much.

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