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How do I import my Caliber DefineIT requirements project into SCTM?

How do I import my Caliber DefineIT requirements project into SCTM?

Problem:

How do I import my Caliber DefineIT requirements project into SCTM?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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How do I import my Caliber DefineIT requirements project into SCTM?

ANSWER
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Firstly you must make sure that you have a relevant project and Test Container within that project setup in SilkCentral Test Manager.

SCTM DefineIT

Then in Caliber DefineIT open up the project that you wish to import to SCTM.

DefineIT project

Go to File/Export

Export

Select "Requirements and Tests to SilkCentral"

Export to SCTM

Select the relevant project and requirements (in this case DefineIT_Import and Make Lunch Menu Choice)

Select requirements

Enter your Host, Port, Username and Password for SCTM.

login to SCTM

After clicking "Validate Connection" you should receive the following dialog box.

Connection successful

Click "Next" and select the project and test container that you setup in SCTM earlier.

select project and test container

Click "Finish" and you should receive the following dialog box.

Export successful

Go back into your SCTM and refresh and you will see that the Test Definitions and Requirements have now been imported. Also note that the Requirements have the correct Assigned Test Definitions and vice-versa.

SCTM finished

Old KB# 24988

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