Questions for tag "coverage" (8)

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Hello All,   Issue #1: Users are unable to check in newly checked-out test cases where the test case is associated to a requirement. This seems to be affecting any test cases that are older and linked to a requirement. Suspect it has something to do with ...
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Hello everyone we have a situation whereby requirements are in excel with associated test cases the linkage is already done and we would like to keep maintain the linkage in ALM and uploaded it all at once without having to upload requirements first then ...
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Hello, We have accidentally added ALL of our test cases to a requirement. I was wondering if there was a query available to remove all the test coverage from this one requirement. There are 21,000 links and is timely to do it manually. This is in the REQ_...
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Our team would like to copy several hundred test cases and retain the existing linked requirements. Since ALM treats the pasted tests as 'New' tests, is there a non-manual way to recreate these links? Thanks!
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In the Requirement area of HP-QC11 - the Requirement is showing as "Not Covered" under the Direct Cover Status column. We reviewed all requirements within that folder and all requirements are showing as "Passed" Why would the Requirement f...
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-I have added 2 different fields in requirements module. -when i access Test Plan-->select a test case-->select Req Coverage-->Select Select Req. I only see that i can search for the Requirement Id on the Requirement Tree. Is there a way to search and get...
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Is there a setting so that when all your child requirements are "covered" your parent is automatically set to "No Run" rather than "Not Covered"
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We are using HPQC 10. If we set filter to current release, requirement coverage graph shows requirements from previous release along with current. Example: Release1 --Requirement1 --Requirement 2 Release2 --Requirement1 --Requirement 2 --Requirement3 --Re...
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