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Why can I not publish more than 30 UDA/System fields to Quality Center?

Why can I not publish more than 30 UDA/System fields to Quality Center?

Problem:

Why can I not publish more than 30 UDA/System fields to Quality Center?

Resolution:

Question:

Why can I not publish more than 30 UDA/System fields to Quality Center?

Background:

When using the Publish to Quality Center Wizard via CaliberRM, there are 5 required fields be default, and additional UDA"s (up to 25) can be selected for the publish for a total of 30 fields.

Answer:

The 5 system default fields as well as any additional UDA"s selected, during a Publish to Quality Center, are mapped to Custom Fields (aka User Fields) in Quality Center. Since Quality Center has a limit of 30 Custom Fields that can be created, this also determines the limit for the number of fields that can be mapped from CaliberRM UDA"s to Custom Fields within Quality Center.

NOTE: This does not take into account whether there were any existing Custom Fields defined in QC which would then be deducted from 30 to calculate the number of fields that could be published from CaliberRM.

Old KB# 16352

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