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How to run test cases from a Testsuite inside a Testplan through command line

'C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0Common7IDETCM.exe' run /create '/title:Overnight Build Run' /planid:8 /collection:http://hahaha:8080/tfs/DevelopmentCollection /teamproject:SQL'/querytext:SELECT * FROM TestSuite WHERE Planid='8'' '/settingsname:SoakTest' /owner:test est /builddir:\wxxxBuildsSQLLive '/testenvironment:Soak' /include


It runs all Tests in Test Plan I only want to Run Tests from Test Suites inside this Test Plan, what should be the query?

Anyone have any idea?

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