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In QC, How to change status of all test cases(including all steps) together. I need to make a large set of test cases "pass" in one go, hope there would be some query which can do this.

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I believe QC does not have any way to update test results of multiple test cases all at once. The fastest way to update multiple tests is the following:

  • Just update one test as passed (Make sure you are in grid view)
  • Now click on that "passed" cell and it should get highlighted. Now just keep repeating the remaining steps
  • copy (cntr +c) duh
  • now hit down arrow to go to the next test
  • paste

You can actually do this very fast once you start doing it. It is easy to update a 100 tests in 3-4 minutes.

Important: Don't wait for QC to update the results in the UI. Just keep typing them on the keyboard and QC UI will keep loading. At intervals it will keep showing lots of tests being updated at once.

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I believe you are correct, there is no easy way to accomplish this. You can also click in the status field and press 'P' to select passed. Or you could even write a script to connect to QC and mark each one as passed. –  Todd Bumbarger Jul 22 '11 at 12:29
    
can anyone explain me with images –  user1887 Jan 16 '12 at 13:59
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Select all the tests in Grid view and Click RUN.
Once after manual run window (new pop up like window opens)
Press Ctrl+R then
Ctrl+Alt+A and
Ctrl+Q

This will Pass all test steps of one test case.

One by one all test cases will open in the similar fashion and repeat the above 3 steps.

So far I found this is the easiest way in QC.

If you can code a small snippet in C or C++ to press the shortcut keys, you are done with all test cases.

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One of the good way of use : QC is strong to trace and show what it really append in the project.

If you need to change the status of a lot of test (with step), normally you must execute (like real time) the run of all your test and put the right status (like this you can challenge the real duration of your test) and QC will trace the status of your step.

If you only need to put a "Passed" status for a lot of test, because you know that this part is allready test with success or other reason, you can do a "Fast run" for all the test. To do this, for each test set, in the "Execution grid" :

  • select a test go in the "Tests" menu (between "View" and "Analysis" menu)
  • select "Replace", a new window is open
  • Select the fields that
  • you want to change, the actual value and the new value

All step will be on "No run" Status, but it's the truth (you don't execute the test) and it doesn't matter because all reporting will trace the status of your test not the status of the step.

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+1 works just fine for me –  alexandrul Oct 13 '11 at 7:22
    
Thanks OFS.. your said steps works fine and realy helped me a lot doing some other work while the TC's getting passed parallely. Thanks a lot –  user1854 Jan 9 '12 at 14:07
    
This is great! Very useful even in ALM 11. +1. –  ÃŁŁǫǛȉЖΦΤїҪ Jul 19 '12 at 13:41
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