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Managing simulation tests

On the Simulation Testing landing page, you can manage the simulation tests that you created. For example, you can rerun or duplicate a completed simulation test.

  1. In Designer Studio, click Decisioning Decisions Simulation Testing .

  2. Optional:

    Filter the simulation tests to display only those that you need by performing the following actions:

    1. Complete in any of the following search fields:

      Strategy / Input
      Search by a specific strategy ID.
      Select revision
      Search by revision ID, for example, MyNet:01-01-02.
      Last run by
      Search by specific operator. You can view simulations last run by anyone, by you, or by a specific operator.
    2. Click View.

  3. In the Action column for the selected simulation test, click Manage and select an action that you want to perform:

    Start
    Initiates the simulation test.
    Restart
    Starts an already completed simulation test. If you restart a simulation and enable the Clear previous results for simulation test setting, you overwrite previous simulation results with the results of the new simulation test.
    Resume
    Resumes a paused simulation test. Processing starts from the last captured snapshot.
    Reprocess failures
    Processes failed records in a completed simulation test. You can check the number of failed records by opening a completed simulation and clicking More details.
    Continue
    Continues a simulation test that failed. Processing starts from the last correctly captured snapshot.
    Pause
    Pauses the simulation. You can resume the simulation later.
    Stop
    Stops the simulation test. You cannot resume it but you can restart it.
    Schedule run
    Schedules the simulation test to initiate in the future.
    Cancel schedule
    Stops the run that was scheduled to initiate in the future.
    Duplicate
    Creates a copy of an existing simulation test.
    Edit
    Refines an existing simulation test.

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