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IainFIn Frequent Contributor.
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Are we restricted on the number of projects we can create through HP ALM QC using SaaS?

I am working with a client in scoping the number of domains & projects they wish to create using HP ALM SaaS.

Are we restricted on the number of projects we can create through HP ALM QC using SaaS? e.g. is it linked to our User License?

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Re: Are we restricted on the number of projects we can create through HP ALM QC using SaaS?

As far as I know, the number of projects does not matter. But you should really check with HP SaaS.

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Re: Are we restricted on the number of projects we can create through HP ALM QC using SaaS?

Nope, There is no such limitation I am aware of & not even in the user creations. 

Licenses Proportionates to the concurrence usage/Login. 

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IainFIn Frequent Contributor.
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Re: Are we restricted on the number of projects we can create through HP ALM QC using SaaS?

From HP, I was informed:

"With standard QC/ALM, there are no restrictions. However, the team edition, which your client has bought, is restricted. To one project per full user. Additional projects can be purchased however. "

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