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Quality Center - Standardization

Currently in my project, we are using Quality Center 12.53

What are the steps to be followed/applied to existing projects in Quality center so that it fulfills the quality center standards and best practices

Is there any document which talks about QC standards and best practices

I checked in google, in many links it is mentioned about template projects. I did not get the sufficient information apart from that.

Please help.

 

 

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Aside from the mountains of stuff online you really need to decide how you want to configure ALM to support your business processes. A lot of this depends on your context - even if there was a "best" way to use ALM, trying to superimpose that on your organisation would likely fail.

 

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Can any one please help me with this ? If would be great if I get any documentation...

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Did you see arichtman response above? I concur. It really depends on what your organization requires and values. For example, you can set fields to be mandatory besides the system required fields or set a status list that is to be used by projects across the board, so that all projects have the same definitions of statuses or same defect status workflow.

It seems that you have not done the due diligence of looking up the web, as was advised. You should also research on best practices there are plenty published publicly in the industry.
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As for project templates, you can read up the ALM Project Administration Guide. Also, the best way to learn especially if you find yourself going to do this job is to get your hands on. Typically, you can do and "experiment" on a staging or DEV environment so you can learn the ins and out of the tool. It's not that complicated but it needs understanding.
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