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Yes, you can do that. For this you need to save your common/shared test steps in a new test case and then change it to a template using 'Mark as Template Test'. Then where ever you need these shared steps, open that test case and in the test step section of that case select the option 'Call to Test' and then select the shared test case template which you ...


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I had the same error message when I tried to change the status of a ticket from (lets say) A to C in our tracker. The problem was that the workflow didn't allow to change from status A to C directly. I had to change it to B first and then from B to C. So I think the status "Watchlist" can't be accessed directly from "In progress" in your quality-center. ...


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You asked about quality, but then you asked about performance, so I assume you are specifically interested in performance. The short answer is no. There are tools that will analyze performance while it is running to tell you which parts of the code are the busiest. Those tools will not tell you whether you are using slow algorithms. And a hot spot is ...


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In addition to the answer from bish: You can also filter like this: *text1*text2* - so you do not need to put the filter into double quotes. Usually I filter on different fields like: Assigned to - me Status - "not closed and not tested and not rejected" (without quotes) Further information: After you have configured a filter you can save it as a ...


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I'm not 100% sure but I don't think there is such a feature. you can only link defects on the same level. Note And you can also link requirements and tests but that has nothing to do with this topic.


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As far as I know there are only locigal conditions and wildcards. Maybe if you have a description like This is my test-ticket you can search for it with something like *test*. This works like if you use the SQL-Statement LIKE with a front and a back %. So test* would not find the example as it does not start with test. Same with *test as there are ...


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The ISO 9126 has some kind of templates for its own implementation: metrics that can be used for each quality characteristics, guidelines for the measurement process and usage of the standard. You will need a full version of the standard to get it, because these are rarely described in the comments on the standard. So buy it, or grab a copy in your company ...


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If the price is not a matter, then TFS. However, it is not a TM tool, it is a full development pipeline, management, CI, everything tool. I have been working with it for years and I found it a very good tool.



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