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How can I associate my Test Plan with my Test Release ( set in the timelines ) ?

Sudesh Krishnamoorthy (535) | asked Jul 04 '13, 9:24 p.m.
retagged Jul 08 '13, 10:06 a.m. by Laura Kuczarski (21137)

I am only using RQM ( not RTC )

In my RQM project I define a time line and set one of iterations as my current iterations.

When I create a Test Plan ( or Test Plans ) , how can say that this plan is for my current iterations ?


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Brad Veitch (11078) | answered Jul 05 '13, 1:20 a.m.
I'm assuming you're using V4.0.1 or later.

You need to flag your Iteration as having a release by selecting the checkbox for  A release is scheduled for this iteration. in your iteration definition.

Then in your Test Plan, navigate to the Test Schedules section and "Select Parent Iteration:"

Hope this helps.
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Sudesh Krishnamoorthy (535) | answered Jul 07 '13, 11:33 p.m.

Thanks a lot

I was able to set iteration as current schedule and then in my Test Plan , in the Test schedule  sub section , I was able to associate it with the current schedule iteration.

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Thomas Suedbroecker (29335) | answered Jul 05 '13, 3:25 a.m.
edited Jul 08 '13, 2:42 a.m.
Hello Sudesh,

Just in addition to Brad here the help link related to QM timelines

Timeline usage for definition and create for QM is the same as for CCM.
It seams you can set current iteration in the web client like Lisa Caten said , other option is need the rtc client.


I hope this helps.


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Lisa Caten (342913) | answered Jul 07 '13, 12:10 p.m.
To set the current iteration in the Web client, select the iteration and then click the Set the Selected Iteration as Current button on the toolbar:

Thomas Suedbroecker commented Jul 08 '13, 2:43 a.m.

Great, I didn't recognized that, thanks !

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