1. Parallel Execution of Tests and Mutually Exclusive Tests
2. Test Step Category: Create a User
3. Test Step: Add Attachments to Existing Record
4. Roll back in browser sessions
The way Rollback works has been changed in New York version. The session cookies roll back all changes made during the test. When a test is completed, all changes made to the system during the test are recorded for rollback. Therefore, if you modify the instance when a test is running in the same browser session, those changes will be rolled back after the test.
It is best practice to not make any changes to the instance in the same browser session when a test is running in the instance. Running the client-side test from an incognito window is also a good practice to avoid any unintentional complications.
One of the important points to remember while using ATF in the instance is, that it should never be executed in production. You can load the test cases and test suits to production so it can be executed in lower environments post clone, but you should never execute them in production.
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