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How to: move tests from one project to another?

I want to move a folder of 35 tests from one project to another project in the same domain.  I was able to do this by creating a library and a baseline and importing.  When I attempt to delete the library / baseline it says it will also delete the tests I copied.  My company is not using the library / baseline functionality at this time (staged rollout of HP ALM) so I don't want anything present in the Management tab right now.  How can I accomplish this?

 

Thanks

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What version of ALM?  Enterprise or Premier Edition?

 

Cross project functionality is only available in the Premier Edition.

 

Have you tried opening two ALM sessions (in different browser sessions) and copying from one to the other?

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Try to open the Quality Center in two different browsers and try to copy the folder with the Right click of the mouse and Paste it to the another project.

 

This works incase you are using the QC10.0 Version --> Standard. One more thing you need to have is the Admin authorization in both the projects.

As a precaution you can Export the testcase and reload them in the new project..

Design steps --> Right Click --> Export --> Save as an excel format.

 

Hopefully it will help!!

 

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