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Thread: Usage of pre, post and interim?

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    Default Usage of pre, post and interim?

    Hello,
    Can anyone explain the purpose of pre.sh, post.sh and interim.sh scripts? I'm particularly intrigued by the interim scripts, which, in the tests where they are present, do the same as post script.
    My current understanding is this - pre runs before the first test run, post runs after the last test run and interim runs between runs (if the are multiple runs). If that is the case, the question arises: If there is no interim.sh, what happens in between runs? Is post.sh executed, or does nothin happen at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by myxal View Post
    Hello,
    Can anyone explain the purpose of pre.sh, post.sh and interim.sh scripts? I'm particularly intrigued by the interim scripts, which, in the tests where they are present, do the same as post script.
    My current understanding is this - pre runs before the first test run, post runs after the last test run and interim runs between runs (if the are multiple runs). If that is the case, the question arises: If there is no interim.sh, what happens in between runs? Is post.sh executed, or does nothin happen at all?
    Your understanding is correct. If there is no interim, nothing special happens between runs.

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