Hi, I believe WATS FPY might be skewed in the fact that it is including duts that have "Termination" status. In out FCT tests, we have multi-up fixtures with more than one DUT in the fixture at a time. If one or more of the DUTS fail the pretest, it will fail that DUT and notify the operator to replace that DUT and start the test session over. Any remaining DUTS that pass the pretest will be forced to have a "Terminated" status instead of a "Fail" or "Pass" status. This seem to be the correct way to handle the situation for these DUTs because they neither pass the "entire" test sequence or fail the "entire" test sequence. They only pass the pretest and should be considered untested devices. However, the only problem is that WATS includes Termination status in the FPY calculation. So these DUTS that have passed the pretest but have been terminated is falsely lowering the FPY. I don't want to include the terminated DUTS in the FPY calculation.
The test stand step that forces these passing pretest duts into a "Termination" status has the "Step Failure Cuases Sequence Failure" checked. Can I just uncheck this to cure my problem?
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