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How can I make SilkCentral Test Manager select a test script from a folder of my choice?

How can I make SilkCentral Test Manager select a test script from a folder of my choice?

Problem:

How can I make SilkCentral Test Manager select a test script from a folder of my choice?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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How can I make SilkCentral Test Manager select a test script from a folder of my choice?

ANSWER
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When you are assigning a test script to a test definition in SCTM (SilkCentral Test Manager), you need to browse to where the script is saved (please see below).


In order to have the folder appear when you browse for a testscript, you need to have this folder set up as a source control profile (the folder referenced in the UNC path, see below).


Then, when you are in the TestPlan view, you need to make sure that you have assigned this source control profile to the Test Container that contains your test definitions (see below). This folder will then be available when you browse for a test script.


Old KB# 24722

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