Absent Member.. arunshankar Absent Member..
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Identify which TCs are called by other TCs

How to indentify which Test case is called by the child test cases. For example, I have a list of 10 test cases which i know is being called by some other parent test cases. How do i find those parents? 


The dependencies tab for those child test cases (called TCs) is also empty. I need help with some query in analysis view of dashboard, so tha i can extract the test IDs


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Absent Member.. Trudy Claspill Absent Member..
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Re: Identify which TCs are called by other TCs

I assume you are talking about having used the Call To Test feature to create a Design Step in a Test Case which creates a link to another Test Case.


The Dependencies tab in the Test Plan is for dependencies between Test Cases and Test Resources, or between automated tests. It doesn't appear to reflect dependencies based on the Call To Test feature. I don't know if that is by design or is a defect.


In that case, if you review the Database Reference document that comes with the product, and look at the information available for the DESSTEPS table (which is the table holding the Design Steps for Test Cases), you will see a field name DS_TEST_LINK.


Take a look at that and then let us know if you still have questions.

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