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Since you tagged this question with Quality-Center I am going to assume that you mean a Call to Test as in the example test case below which has several steps that are calls to other Tests. There is no straight forward way to do this. However, you have either access to the database or a version of Quality Center which has the Dashboard you can query the ...


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I have to copy a test set in test lab of QC from one folder to another but I want to preserve the status of the test cases in the new test set. Unfortunately, there is no way to copy a test set and preserve the test execution data from the HP ALM Client. You have a choice to either move the test set to another folder which will preserve execution data ...


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Do you use multiple monitors? This answer assumes that you do. I have have had the same problem (with QC and other programs as well) when I used my laptop with an external monitor. If I closed out the popup with the secondary monitor in one position, but then repositioned my monitor configuration, the popup tries to open in a monitor that is no longer there. ...


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you can follow below mentioned step to create TCs with Steps. Go to Test Plan Select the Folder where your TCs are stored. Click on Analysis Click on Report Select Tests with Design Steps Please refer the screenshot for more details.


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Purely in relation to ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119 (The New International Software Testing Standard): There's mixed opinion on ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119, but it does provide a versatile framework that can help/suggest structure to a QA/test team. Standards aren't everything - efficient and effective testing should be your first priority. If ISO-29119 is of interest, ...


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If the "development side of the house" is already using TFS, then you would be crazy to consider HPQC. Both HPQC and TFS use per seat licensing, and you will have to pay double. TFS is a true ALM solution that includes source control, developer work item tracking, build support and everything that the developers need to do their jobs, and in the later ...


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I think the issue here might be in your recursive call to IterateOverReqs. You pass in the parameter tn which is the top node, therefore, all your requirements are being added to that top node. Instead, you should pass in the t node so that lower level requirements are added to the node just above it instead of the top node. private void ...



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