AG44 Absent Member.
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Adding a dependency within the Test Plan module HPQC 10

Within the test plan module (HPQC 10) there is the option to create dependencies between tests and resources, does anyone know how this is done?  I can view the dependency tab but can't work out how to create the dependencies.  Do I need an add on?

any help would be most appreciated.

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Re: Adding a dependency within the Test Plan module HPQC 10

You can't create dependencies from Test Plan or even from Test Resources module. Dependencies are created for example when you have a UFT test use a certain external Action or other component.

Jan Czajkowski

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AG44 Absent Member.
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Re: Adding a dependency within the Test Plan module HPQC 10

Jan, I am a bit confused the user guide infers that dependencies are defined between tests & Resourses.  On a secondary point, what is a UFT test?

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Re: Adding a dependency within the Test Plan module HPQC 10

Yes, in UFT you can have several test scripts that are stored as Test Plan tests utilize the same Test Resource. But you can't create such dependencies from inside QC.

UFT is an HP tool for automating GUI and service tests. It can be integrated with ALM/QC.

Jan Czajkowski

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Emma_Leigh_Walker
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Re: Adding a dependency within the Test Plan module HPQC 10

Can dependencies be added via the LR-SCENARIOS that are created in Controller which is linked to ALM?

 

I am trying to find a way of easily identifying what test scripts are linked to scenarios. 

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Re: Adding a dependency within the Test Plan module HPQC 10

Could you link to a custom requirement type? Or use a multivalue field with scenarios?
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