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Mail trigger to responsible tester at the end of test set status change in HP ALM

Hi All,

I have a client requirement. We have a folder that has 3 test sets. Each test set has 1 test instance. The requirement is that after each test instance status changes to Passed, mail should be triggered to the responsible tester of the test instance in the next test set.

Example shown below.

Folder 1

 Test Set 1 -> Test instance 1

Test set 2 -> Test instance 1

Test set 3 -> Test instance 1

Kindly help how to go about in designing a script to meet this requirement in HP ALM


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Re: Mail trigger to responsible tester at the end of test set status change in HP ALM

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