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In test asset duplication - where do the project areas comes from ?

Steve Arnold (28131411) | asked Jan 24 '13, 5:16 a.m.
When you go to duplicate a test asset, it offers you up a list of alternative project areas.  I was wondering where those project areas come from, and in what deployment scenarios this would still work.

So the question I have is
    1) if you had linked JTS's - would it pick up RQM projects on the remote JTS ?
    2) if you had multiple RQM servers - but with  common JTS - would it pick up projects on the other servers ?
    3) is it just projects on the current server ?

Any help much appreciated


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Tory Jaskoviak (52015) | answered Feb 20 '13, 4:59 p.m.
Hi Steve,

So to answer your questions in order:

1) No. If you have a linked JTS, it would not pick up RQM projects
2) No. If you have multiple RQM servers but with a common JTS, the project areas are not shared between RQM instances
3) Yes. Basically when you duplicate a test artifact you will be only be presented with Project Areas that the current user is a member of (has adequate permissions) on the current RQM server.

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