Controlling whether or not TestArchitect
uploads tests to Quality Center automatically.
when you request TestArchitect
to upload tests
, you are asked, via a dialog box, to specify the
destination folder in Quality Center
. With automatic uploading enabled,
however, if a mapping has already been established for the given TestArchitect
project item, this step is bypassed.
that are typically developed and executed as standalone
units. Each test module is comprised of a sequence of test cases. By contrast, the standard
unit of test development and execution in Quality Center
, which more closely corresponds to a test case in TestArchitect
than a test module. Hence each uploaded TestArchitect
test case takes the form of a Quality Center
general, the following correspondences are used when moving test assets between the two
||Folder (with subfolders representing TA test
'#' test (QC test with '#' prepended to the name) may also be
created to hold essential test module metadata.
To enable or disable automatic uploading of a given test to Quality Center:
Close TestArchitect Client, if it's running.
Using your favorite text editor, open the setting file abt.ini,
- in Windows:
- in Linux: /usr/local/logigear/testarchitect/data/ws/abt.ini
To enable automatic uploading, set the value of is auto upload to
qc to true; otherwise, set the value to
Note: is auto upload to qc is defaulted to
false when the file is first created.
- If automatic uploading is enabled,
same test will be uploaded automatically to Quality Center, and the Upload Test Module
dialog box will no longer appear if all of the following conditions are met:
- TestArchitect tests have been mapped to Quality Center.
- The mapped locations have not changed.
- The same TestArchitect tests have been uploaded at
least once prior to enabling the automatic upload.
- If automatic uploading is disabled, the Upload Test Module
box appears, allowing you to:
- specify test mappings between TestArchitect and Quality Center, and
- assign mapping locations.