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Is it possible to modify test case names that are published to Quality Center?

Is it possible to modify test case names that are published to Quality Center?

Problem:

Is it possible to modify test case names that are published to Quality Center?

Resolution:

Question:

I would like to change the names of testcases being published to Qualilty Center. Is this possible?

Answer:

It is not possible to change the names of testcases that are published from DefineIT to Quallity Center.

Each test case name is assigned a unique number and name which is constructed from the names of all decisions and branches passed on the way from Start to End. A test case is generated by the steps/decisions/branches of the requirement, so there might be several testcases generated for one requirement. An example of this would be:

a->b->c->d or a->b->d->e.

So, to differentiate testcases of one requirement, DefineIT generates the testcase name with the branch/decision information as shown above. The name reflects what the test case actually does.

Old KB# 15699

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