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Can a SilkCentral Project have more than one integration configuration?

Can a SilkCentral Project have more than one integration configuration?

Problem:

Can a SilkCentral Project have more than one integration configuration?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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Can a SilkCentral Project have more than one Requirement Managagement integration configured at the same time?

ANSWER
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A SilkCentral Test Manager project can be integrated with more than one requirements management application - however only one can be configured at any one time.

e.g. if you have configured an integration with Borland CaliberRM and you want to integrate with IBM Rational RequisitePro.


You will need to disable the CaliberRM integration and then remove it before you can configure the integration with Rational Requisite Pro:


N.B Once an integration configuration has been removed the external requirement properties for any requirements that have been imported during the previous integration configuration will not be available. The previous integration configuration will need to be setup and synchronized again before these can be seen again.

Old KB# 24434

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