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How can I delete Requirements based on their status and their last modified date using Visual Studio 2005.NET and C#?

How can I delete Requirements based on their status and their last modified date using Visual Studio 2005.NET and C#?

Problem:

How can I delete Requirements based on their status and their last modified date using Visual Studio 2005.NET and C#?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: 2006
  • Product Component: SDK
  • Platform/OS Version: Windows XP, 2000/2003 Server

The Visual Studio 2005 .NET project attached (DeleteRequirements.zip) will delete Requirements based on the given status and if the last modified date is older than the date selected.

To use this code, simply open it within Visual Studio 2005 .NET and add a reference to the CaliberRMSDK90.NET.dll.

To add the reference, open the solutions explorer and right click | Add Reference... as shown in the screenshot below:

solutions explorer

Then browse to the location of the CaliberRMSDK90.NET.dll: C:\Program Files\Borland\CaliberRM SDK 2006\lib\CaliberRMSDK90.NET.dll


Related documents:


Old KB# 16195

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