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Suspect Test Cases RQM

Leesen Padayachee (9943115) | asked Dec 03 '15, 6:18 a.m.


In RQM, the only way to view suspect test cases is to go into a test case, then the requirments link and then re-concile. Then we can see that a requirement has changed, and we can mark the test case as suspect. This becomes a problem if there are thousands of test cases. Is the only way suspect links work in RQM?



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Donald Nong (14.5k414) | answered Dec 04 '15, 12:07 a.m.
You'd better use a test plan in this case.

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Brett Bohnn (9411941) | answered Dec 08 '15, 6:23 p.m.
Hi Leesen,

But you are correct the manually marking the test case as suspect through reconcile is your only option. That changes with link validity in 6.0.1 but that is only available for projects with configuration management enabled (you may have seen that referred to as opt-in projects). Suspect traceability will still be an option in 6.0.1 for projects without configuration management enabled but the process for marking test cases suspicion will be as it is now, a manual process through reconcile (if you want to mark a test case as suspect due a change in linked requirement).

For more on link validity here are a few links:


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