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How do I configure SilkCentral Test Manager to use the files located on a central server?

How do I configure SilkCentral Test Manager to use the files located on a central server?

Problem:

How do I configure SilkCentral Test Manager to use the files located on a central server?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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How do I configure SilkCentral Test Manager to use the files located on a central server?

ANSWER
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When uploading a plan file to SilkCentral Test Manager, you will need to place any files that the plan utilises within the
Source control. You will also need to specify the exact location of these files within the source control.

To do this,

  • Click on the Plan file which has just been uploaded and you will see a screen similar to the following.

  • Click to edit location within source control.


Once you have pointed to the source control and specified the product, you will also need to point to the new location of the
option set which should be within the source control.

To do this,

  • Click on the edit option set button and specify the location of the optionset within the source control.


Old KB# 24797

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