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RQM Excel Importer - Link Test case to Test script


rachel bruk (176) | asked Mar 12 '17, 9:26 a.m.

I'm looking for an answer to:

"how to link test script to test case", I found many answers regarding the configuration file
but I'm looking for the declaration of test script in the Excel sheet: test script ID? test script name?
would be happy to get an example.

Thanks in advance

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Donald Nong (14.4k314) | answered Mar 12 '17, 6:56 p.m.

Have you checked the samples that come with the RQM Excel Importer intallation? There are quite a few of them, such as "Scripts that create testcases with comments", "Scripts that create testcases with TCER", "Scripts that create testcases", "Test Cases made from scripts with attachments" and etc.


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rachel bruk commented Mar 14 '17, 6:34 a.m.

 Thanks Donald,
I checked already RQM samples - which Excel cell declare the test script? I didn't see any link or test script name/ID, could you send an example?


rachel bruk commented Mar 14 '17, 6:56 a.m.

 I want to explain myself again:


I want to link test script that I already created and exist in RQM to the testcase - how to do it by Excel?

Thanks in advance


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Jörg Werner (3033271) | answered Mar 14 '17, 12:54 p.m.

May be this example is what you need?

It creates a test suite and assigns multiple test cases.
Each test case is linked against an existing test script.



 Cheers, Jörg


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rachel bruk commented Mar 15 '17, 3:22 a.m.

 The Excel file is exactly what I looked for, but unfortunately still didn't get results

and got the message:
"Error Found a value that reduced to "urm:com:ibm:rqm:testscript:"", but was expecting a value equivalent to a column, cell, or literal."
I'll show you the cfg. file and the Excel sheet:
//create test case
testcase.XLSStartRow=2
testcase.dc:title=A
testcase.alm:owner=B
testcase.priority=C
testcase.category term="Category".value=D
testcase.category term="Feature".value=E
testcase.category term="Package".value=F
testcase.category term="Supported Projects".value=G
testcase.category term="Supported Environments".value=H
testcase.dc:description=I
//Link to test script:
testcase.testscript=Link(urm:com:ibm:rqm:testscript:"&K)



rachel bruk commented Mar 15 '17, 3:36 a.m. | edited Mar 15 '17, 3:39 a.m.

in the Excel file, cell K include the test script ID per test case.

Thanks and hope to get a good solution!


Jörg Werner commented Mar 15 '17, 4:21 a.m.

testcase.testscript=Link(urm:com:ibm:rqm:testscript:"&K)

-->

testcase.testscript=Link("urn:com:ibm:rqm:testscript:"&K)

might help :-)


Jörg Werner commented Mar 16 '17, 5:26 a.m.

Just see that you also used : instead of .

new try:

testcase.testscript=Link("urn:com.ibm.rqm:testscript:"&K)

From my above example the line is (for better copy&paste):

testcase.testscript=Link("urn:com.ibm.rqm:testscript:"&C)


Is your import  now working?


rachel bruk commented Mar 19 '17, 7:21 a.m.

 Yes, Thanks a lot - the import is working successfully!


Don Yang commented Mar 19 '17, 8:53 p.m.

If Jörg's suggestions helped, please accept as an Answer so that the post cycle will be complete.

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James Richards (11) | answered Mar 22 '17, 2:03 p.m.

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