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What is the correct process for Linking QM and RRC

anoop mc (74811197221) | asked Nov 03 '14, 11:47 a.m.
 Hi Team,

We are on CLM 501 and want to establish proper link between requirements in RRC and QM Application.

Learned that we have to link to a requirement using requirement collection links in QM.

The steps we followed is as below :

1. Created a Requirement in RRC Tool. (Req1)
2. In QM Defined a new TestPlan  (TestPlan1)
3. Created a new TestCase and new Test Script (TestCase1 and TestScript1)
4. Under the existing TestPlan linked the TestCase and TestScript.  TestPlan1 <> TestCase + TestScript
5. Similarily associated a Requirement Collection Link under the TestPlan. TestPlan1 <> ReqCollection

When verified from the linked Test Case, could not find the requirement collection which is associated with the Test Plan.

Let us know if the process we followed is correct or do we need to do any additional steps.

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Paul Slauenwhite (8.4k12) | answered Nov 03 '14, 1:37 p.m.
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anoop mc (74811197221) | answered Nov 04 '14, 3:11 a.m.
 Thanks for the link.

If I understand correctly we should either be linking the requirements collection to our testplan or Associate TestCases with Requirements using Requirements link option then adding that particular testcase under testplan.

Because if we add a specific requirement from RM application to your TestPlan and In parallel If you try adding the same requirement to a TestCase the option will be greyed out.

From my first post it look like below.

Req1 <> TestPlan1  ---- TestCase1  ---- TestScript1  (Here the requirements will be linked to TestPlan and that testplan is linked to testcase)


Req1 <> TestCase1 --- TestScript1--- TestPlan1 (Here the requirements will be linked to the testcase and that testcase will be linked to the testplan)

Paul Slauenwhite commented Nov 04 '14, 10:19 a.m.


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