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After syncing requirements from DefineIT to another application, there is a local objects are missing message in the sync window. How do I alleviate this message?

After syncing requirements from DefineIT to another application, there is a local objects are missing message in the sync window. How do I alleviate this message?

Problem:

After syncing requirements from DefineIT to another application, there is a local objects are missing message in the sync window. How do I alleviate this message?

Resolution:

The "local object missing" message means that requirements have been synced in DefineIT to some other application and those particular objects have not been pushed to that application.

In the sync window, if you right click the top level requirement, or any child requirement, you will have the option to "Override to CaliberRM/Quality Center/etc" . If you select this option it will push the requirements to CaliberRM and the "Local object missing" message will go away. This is not an error message. It is a status message.

Old KB# 29730

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