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Can RQM test suite execution records be blocked on a defect?

Joe Mayo (847) | asked Feb 20 '14, 12:33 p.m.
Usually we fail a TCER or a step in a test script on a defect.  Sometimes a defect will block a TSER.  I can set a TSER to blocked by running t and selecting "Create test suite results winout execution", but didn't see a way to asscoiate that TSER with a defect.  Is there a way to do this or  do I need to associate each test case in the test suite with the defect?

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Paul Slauenwhite (8.4k12) | answered Feb 20 '14, 1:59 p.m.
Unfortunately, no (see Improvements required on RQM management of blocking defects on TERs (29781)).

You can select multiple test case execution records in the table view to block on a defect.
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Joe Mayo (847) | answered Feb 20 '14, 2:50 p.m.


 Thanks for the reply.  That's what I thought, just hoping that I overlooked something.  One follow up question then.  If I associate one or more of the TERs under that TSER with a defect, when that defect gets resolved will it move the TSER to "In Progress"?  Our RQM is linked to RTC.



Paul Slauenwhite commented Feb 20 '14, 4:04 p.m.

Hi Joe,

Unfortunately, no.


Joe Mayo commented Feb 20 '14, 4:33 p.m.

Thanks again.  At least I know what to expect.

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