Folder ID in Test Plan

Hello,

We are using ALM 12.20. In Testplan I would like to know the folder ID for each folder.

Could any one please help on this.

Thanks  & regards

Sailaja Chaduvula

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  • Verified Answer

    Hello,

     

    You can find that information in the project tables, go to site administration and expand the tables

    Check the ALL LIST table

    You will find

    AL_ITEM_ID: This is the record ID.

    AL_FATHER_ID: The ID of the parent folder, list, or list item.  Tree and list roots have AL_FATHER_ID = 0.

    Please check the HP ALM Project Database Reference in the ALM help menu

     

    There you will find the require information

     

     

    Regards,

    Sue Sevilla | SW Technical Support Consultant.

    Application Lifecycle Management

    Hewlett-Packard Enterprise

     

     

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  • Verified Answer

    Hello,

     

    You can find that information in the project tables, go to site administration and expand the tables

    Check the ALL LIST table

    You will find

    AL_ITEM_ID: This is the record ID.

    AL_FATHER_ID: The ID of the parent folder, list, or list item.  Tree and list roots have AL_FATHER_ID = 0.

    Please check the HP ALM Project Database Reference in the ALM help menu

     

    There you will find the require information

     

     

    Regards,

    Sue Sevilla | SW Technical Support Consultant.

    Application Lifecycle Management

    Hewlett-Packard Enterprise

     

     

    If you find that this or any other post resolves your issue, please be sure to mark it as an accepted solution. If you are satisfied with anyone’s response please remember to give them KUDOS by clicking on the STAR at the bottom left of the post and show your appreciation.”

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