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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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If you have administrative access to Quality Center then you can add a custom field in the following location Customize Project Entities--> Run --> User Field You can select field type as 'Lookup list' and then select appropriate list in the dropdown below. Whenever any tester runs any test case, this additional field will be displayed to him and he can ...


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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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Quality center has possibility to redefine the workflow of any group of records, therefore it is hard to say what you should do. Probably you do not have the possibility to change it, indicating you are not an administrator of the project, so you should ask your administrator what is next step in the workflow. I can only guess, that the record has date of ...


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Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but is the difference here that the requirement is not passed: ...don't have the run status 'passed' and the query looks for is passed TS_EXEC_STATUS IN ('Passed', 'No Run') If you change that line to omit the 'Passed' string, do you get the desired results? eg TS_EXEC_STATUS IN ('No Run')


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These steps assume you're using just the QC user interface. The answer you linked is better if you're looking for code. See the number of tests in a single test set: Navigate to the Test Lab module Select a test set in the tree (not a folder). In the right-hand pane, select the "Execution Grid" tab Look at the bottom of the QC window, near the middle. The ...


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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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It depends on the testing tool you use, if it creates a copy when you add the same test case to the suite or just link it. For example, in Microsoft's Test Manager you cannot verify in which testing suite was the test case created/used, only if the suite is a User Story/Product Backlog Item. I would suggest you to test first your testing suite with a simple ...


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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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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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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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Based on the information on wikipedia and searching online (there seem to be a lot of diagrams) it seems like the standard tries to set up a model using five (to 8) characteristics that are sub-divided into sub-characteristics. If I were you I'd mindmap the characteristics and sub-characteristics (although you could also just list them in a document) and ...


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To list out the defects and the corresponding test cases that blocked, its very easy to generate using Excel query feature in Quality center. The query has to join test instance, tests and link table to retrieve the details. The query looks like this SELECT T.TS_NAME, TC.TC_TEST_INSTANCE, LN_BUG_ID FROM TEST T, TESTCYCL TC, LINK L WHERE T.TS_TEST_ID ...


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You want to use the DESSTEPS table, grouping by test ID. You can join this on the TEST table to get details on the test SELECT DS_TEST_ID, max(ds_vts) FROM DESSTEPS s inner join TEST t on s.DS_TEST_ID = t.TS_TEST_ID group by DS_TEST_ID having max(ds_vts) < DATEADD(month,-6,GETDATE()) --6 months ago


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Adding references implies early binding. But early binding is not necessary to use any component registered in the COM registry. You can just use the CreateObject function to get back a late-bound reference to the object. It's not pretty, but it works. You just need to know the fully qualified name of the object. I'm assuming that here it's ...



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