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How to get folder by path now that TestSetTreeManager is deprecated?

According to the new ALM Open Test Architecture API Reference, TestSetTreeManager has been deprecated and should use TestLabFolderFactory instead. But this class doesn´t have NodeByPath. How can I get a specific folder object by path?

 

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Re: How to get folder by path now that TestSetTreeManager is deprecated?

Seems to me that TestSetTreeManager has been prematurely classified as deprecated.

I will open a support case around this.
Jan Czajkowski

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Re: How to get folder by path now that TestSetTreeManager is deprecated?

Thanks! I hope you can enlighten us.

Maybe I should just use TestSetTreeManager for my present problem while it still works, but I don´t how bad a practice is using deprecated classes.

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Re: How to get folder by path now that TestSetTreeManager is deprecated?

I have been using deprecated objects years after they were categorized as such. Micro Focus are careful when it comes to removing deprecated objects since they know it would cause a lot of problems for some of their customers.
Jan Czajkowski

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