Mapping TestArchitect test cases to Quality Center tests allows for the execution of those test cases to be
directed from Quality Center.
that the machine hosting the TestArchitect repository server
has the HP ALM Connectivity Add-in installed, to allow for integration and
synchronization between TestArchitect and HP Quality Center.
Ensure that you have already taken the following
To map TestArchitect test cases to Quality Center tests:
In the TestArchitect explorer tree, right-click the node of a test
module (either default or non-default variation) containing the test cases to be mapped,
or a test folder, or the Tests node itself, and then click .
As you may guess, the higher the level of the node you click, the "wider the net" you
cast for eligible test cases.
The Map Test Cases dialog box is launched, displaying a
list of all TestArchitect test cases falling within scope
of the clicked node.
the list of test cases, for each test case that you wish to have mapped to a Quality Center test, enter the Quality Center Test
ID into the Source column.
- For each mapping, the Quality Center test must already exist,
and must have its Type field set to the value
- Mappings between TestArchitect test cases and Quality Center tests are restricted to a 1-to-1 basis. (That is,
one-to-many mappings are not permitted.)
Note: If your user name has not already been authenticated by Quality Center for the current session, you will be prompted to enter
the password for the account.
any of the selected Quality Center tests are already mapped to
other TestArchitect test cases, the dialog box remains
in place, and the source IDs of those tests are displayed in red.
- In order to see which TestArchitect test case is
currently associated with a given Quality Center test, click
the red source ID.
- In each case, enter a different Quality Center Test ID,
then click OK.
- If any problems occur during the test case mappings, a dialog box appears listing
the test cases that could not be mapped to Quality Center. Close
it, try and resolve the problem, and try
Successfully mapped test cases may be viewed in Quality Center.