vgodoy Regular Contributor.
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Integrate Microfocus Operations Orchestration with ALM - Application Lifecycle Management

Hello,

 

We would like to integrate Operations Orchestration with ALM 12.55, we download the OO Microfocus solutions 2.0.1 and we have successully connect but are not able to perform the "Execute Tests" operation because versions are not totally compatible.

As an alternative we're thinking in integrate outside this content pack, maybe using ALM API OTA or something like that. Could you please send your recommendation to do this and the firsts steps to follow?

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Re: Integrate Microfocus Operations Orchestration with ALM - Application Lifecycle Management

Hello vgodoy,

Thank you for contacting Micro Focus Forum.

My name is Carlos, I am from the OO/CSA team.

 

Regarding this topic, I'm not expert in ALM, but if it provides a WSDL, then you can use the Web Service Wizzard in order to create operations from the WSDL definition.

 

Also, I suggest to open an Enhancement Request in the Idea Exchange forum (here) in order to upgrade the content to be compatible with your ALM version. 

 

Thanks;

Regards!

Carlos Rojas
Customer Support Engineer

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