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[closed] RPE/RQM Word export : ascending order of test sheets - episode 2


Marie-Emilie Bion (353) | asked Jan 25, 2:58 a.m.
closed Jan 28, 3:10 a.m. by Fariz Saracevic (814613)
Hello,
I am not sure that your answer really helps in this case : I imagine that my question is not well worded. So I'll try to clarify things:
My main concern is to put Word test sheets, in ascending order according to a "sheet number". The "Sheet number" is a Testcase custom attribute, the test Sheet is a "testcase" RPE template in a Testplan.
I redo below the plan of my RPE diagram (since I cannot load screen printing): 
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Test plan template extract


Conteneur – test case _RQM TestCase Feed $1 feed/entry/content/testcase

Data source configuration _TCase

Referred template <_TestCase.dta>

Table

Line _Tcase §105 testcase/custom attributes/custom attribute

Cell                                                             Cell      

     Text                                                              Text

    testcase/custom attributes/custom attribute/name      testcase/custom attributes/custom attribute/value
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The Testcase Sheet starts with the referred RPE template "_Tcase.dta", the table is the test sheet=testcase : the purpose is to order the tables.
I guess this will ask for a Java script code, before the table (in a container that wraps the table?). However, before the test sheet, I do not refer to custom attributes. So it will probably have to define a variable above and I don't know JS well. Could you help me by giving me a piece of code and especially where to place it, and with what RPE settings (RPE variables to use, ...)?

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Fariz Saracevic commented Jan 28, 3:11 a.m.
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Pls keep your question in original thread, do not create a new one.

The question has been closed for the following reason: "Duplicate Question" by fariz Jan 28, 3:10 a.m.