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Cannot see the subject tree

Dear All,

 

I have installed ALM (linux version), but the subject field in defect module does not show the subject tree. I have several tests and test folders under test plan module and I was expecting to see the folders in subjec field of defect module, but it seems it does not work. Does any one have a solution? Please help me.

 

Regards,

F.Mirian

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By the way, our AlLM server is Linux and we have this problem. I tried this on windows based version and there was no error.

 

Is any one working with linux version taht can help me?

 

tnx.

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Did you try to change the view type? View --> Test Plan Tree
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My view type is test plan tree.

By the way, I do not have problem in viewing tree structure in test plan module to change my view type. My problem is not able to view tree structure through "subject" field of the defect module.

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Did you also install the latest patch for ALM 11?

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Not yet, First I wanted to make sure whether  this is a problem of ALM  which needs a patch or this is our envirnment's problem?

Do you mean this is a bug of ALM which need a patch?

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