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Export Test Scripts from Confluence and Import into Jazz


Catherine Steinbock (11) | asked Jan 30, 7:47 p.m.

 I'd like to export my test scripts from Cameo.  They are already done there.   I imagine they need to be exported into an xml file? I do not know.   But then I want to import them into Jazz into a test script there.  Can anybody tell me how? I've tried, but no matter what I try, Jazz seems to hate my xml.   Is there a better way? I don't want to have to re enter everything manually. 


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Cat

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Davyd Norris (2.2k217) | answered Jan 30, 11:55 p.m.
I had to get a whole lot of stuff out of Confluence and into DOORS Next for one of my clients some time ago and it was quite possibly the worst experience of my life hahahaha - very, very hard job and a lot of manual clean up afterwards.

You really need to get them into either Excel/CSV or Word - then you can use the ETM Import tools to bring them in.

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Catherine Steinbock commented Feb 02, 12:14 p.m.

 Exporting is just as much as a pain in the rear as importing. That’s why I’m focused on importing at this time. The link that I included is from IBM. It is not PDF. When I export from confluence, I’m able to get them XML out of it, but no matter what I’ve tried I can’t get the correct schema that jazz wants and that’s what I’m looking for help with. 


Davyd Norris commented Feb 02, 8:22 p.m.

Honestly you're better off converting the XML to some text format like Word or CSV and then using the import tools. They do a very good job once you've set up the config file.

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