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We have made rollback and reinstall HP ALM 12.20 on the server and on local machines, this helped to solve the problem.


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Try this query, hope it helps: Select TS_TEST_ID as "Test ID",TS_NAME as "Test Case Name",TS_DESCRIPTION as "Test Description",DS_STEP_ORDER as "Step#",DS_STEP_NAME as "Step Name", DS_DESCRIPTION as "Step Description",DS_EXPECTED as "Expected Results", TS_RESPONSIBLE as "Test Case Designer" from DESSTEPS inner join TEST on DS_TEST_ID = TS_TEST_ID where ...


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It is possible: Go to Test Lab and select a test set which you want to move. Click on Select Tests button present on top of grid view of test cases. After clicking it, a pane at the right side of the window will get opened. Collapse the hierarchy and go to the folder from which you want to get the test set. Select that test set and Click on (<-) left ...


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It is not possible to copy test cases from test lab to test plan. Actually test lab doesn't have any test cases, it only has a reference to test plan's test cases. So only way to copy test cases is from test plan to test plan.


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To run a UFT test from ALM the ALM project need to have the "ALM Lab Extention..." enabled. You also need to have operational testing host with the purpose Quick Test Professional and a user with a profile the correct permission. Otherwise you can connect UFT with ALM and run the test from UFT.


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The easiest way is to extract all the test cases from HP ALM with test steps in an excel and then use formula to count the steps for each test case. This will be lot quicker and save loads of manual efforts


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I have the same issue, I have found that in HP-ALM 11 if you right click on the Call to test step there is an option in the context menu Called Test Parameters... Clicking on the option will allow you to alter the hard values for that call to test step.


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