How to tell which version of QC/ALM was used when a project was created?
Question ID: 107357

Is there a way to tell what version of QC/ALM a project was made under in your current ALM?

We have upgraded QC/ALM a few times and over the course of our last update, have had to go do some manual tweaks to some older projects for some user groups issues.

It would be very helpful to identify the projects made under prior QC/ALM versions so we can know to test out the user group problems and see if we need to manually correct. Also will help save time over waiting for users to report in problems and scheduling the correction time.

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Asked on January 20, 2017 4:18 pm
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Yes there is a way to identify the creation version for the project. Log into site admin and go to the Site Projects tab list for your Domain/s and Projects. Expand each project to see the database table names. Look for the DATACONST table. Find it and select it to show the values on the right.

In this table, under the Column DC_CONST_NAME, look for row with value name of ''create_version''. Once found, look to right value under the DC_VALUE column. This value written will indicate the QC/ALM version that was active for when the project was created.

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If you have a large number of projects, I would suggest using an Excel macro and the site admin API to mass pull the value for each project. That should not be too hard to put together if you want to poll every project per domain. Just a suggestion if you have a large number of projects to search through.

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Answered on January 20, 2017 4:20 pm
Just what I needed. Excellent!
( at January 20, 2017 4:36 pm)

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