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Is it possible to upgrade from DefineIT 2006 to DefineIT 2008?

Is it possible to upgrade from DefineIT 2006 to DefineIT 2008?

Problem:

Is it possible to upgrade from DefineIT 2006 to DefineIT 2008?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: DefineIT
  • Product Version: 2006
  • Product Component: Upgrade
  • Platform/OS Version: All


Currently it is not possible to upgrade DefineIT 2006 to DefineIT 2008. However, you can access your DefineIT 2006 workspace in DefineIT 2008 by following these steps:

  1. Install DefineIT 2008 into the default directory
  2. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the following folder

    C:\Borland\CaliberDefineIT2006\workspace

  3. Copy the workspace folder
  4. Navigate to the following folder

    C:\Borland\CaliberDefineIT2008

  5. Paste your 2006 workspace into this folder. You will need to make a copy of the 2008 workspace first.
  6. Start DefineIT 2008 and go to FILE | SWITCH WORKSPACE | OTHER
  7. Click on "Browse" and select your workspace
  8. DefineIT will close itself and then reopen again with the workspace you selected

You should find that you can edit all your previous scenarios. You can also now synchronise with CaliberRM 2008 both ways with the scenario steps being created correctly.


Old KB# 15706

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