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HP Quality Center and QTP Versus Rational Quality Manager


anoop mc (74810166214) | asked May 07 '13, 6:02 a.m.
retagged May 08 '13, 12:03 p.m. by Lisa Caten (342913)
Hi,

We could help few of our teams in importing TestCases created in HP QC into RQM.

Next when it comes to Functional Testing they use HP QTP for developing scripts.

As we use RQM they wanted to run the tests via RQM.

Integration with RQM is completed and when we ran a sample test script via RQM it returned the below error and warning message indicating the Test Case as failed.

QTP Execution Error


Analyzing the error the test team complains that in QC they could associate the library files, object libraries and data files required for QTP Script execution.

Question is - ? In RQM do we have that option for attaching the supporting files.

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Hao Wan (1.5k35) | answered May 20 '13, 9:30 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
 Hi annop,
from the log, "openXML.Cfg" mentioned in the error, does it mean the you are using Excel/Word Importer?, if so, would you please attach the MSO2RQM_debug.log?

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anoop mc (74810166214) | answered Aug 07 '13, 1:19 p.m.
Hi,

While working with the testing team ( who have been working on QC and QTP since long time) now looking for an option to shift to RQM replacing QC.

The team find it difficult to locate the object repository option available in QC, the same in RQM.
Attached is the screen shot from QC

qc_option1

library files

qc_opt8

Here the library files and Object Repository has already been defined and it is accessible between QC and QTP.
The Test Team is eager to know how this works in RQM ?



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anoop mc commented Nov 12 '13, 1:00 a.m.

Does anyone have any suggestions ?


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anoop mc (74810166214) | answered Nov 14 '13, 10:04 p.m.
Hi,

I have received an update to this from one of the RQM development lead, John Nason

And your question is how to access graphical scripting, ala "Object Repository", in QM?

You realize Object Repository is specific to HP, right? You could still run QTP scripts from RQM, but you can not author automated HP scripts directly in the RQM web UI.

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