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Why when importing from SilkCentral Test Manager to CaliberRM, are previously deleted requirements also being imported?

Why when importing from SilkCentral Test Manager to CaliberRM, are previously deleted requirements also being imported?

Problem:

Why when importing from SilkCentral Test Manager to CaliberRM, are previously deleted requirements also being imported?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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When using SilkCentral Test Manager to import requirements from CaliberRM, why are requirements that were previously deleted in CaliberRM, still being imported?

ANSWER
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When using "Import Requirements" and enabling "Full synchronization mode", requirements that are assigned to an external requirement, but have been recently deleted in the external tool, are not deleted and are instead being imported as well.

SilkTest does not currently support the functionality to omit importing the previously deleted requirements. This is as designed.

You will need to manually delete the relevant requirements after they have been imported.



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