ReqF.Find(-1, "RQ_REQ_NAME", "V(OP)", 16)
This Requirement exists and has subrequirements and should return a count > 0.
This Find listed above returns the error listed below.
The help file specifies that SQL Regex pattern match are being used.. However does not specify which variety.
Also, i tried the following varieties:
ReqF.Find(-1, "RQ_REQ_NAME", "V.OP.", 16)
ReqF.Find(-1, "RQ_REQ_NAME", "V%OP%", 16)
ReqF.Find(-1, "RQ_REQ_NAME", "V\(OP\)", 16)
ReqF.Find(-1, "RQ_REQ_NAME", "V\x28OP\x29", 16)
these return a 0 count (incorrect).
Anyone know how i can return this requirement using Find?
rFact.Find(-1, "RQ_REQ_NAME", "V(OP)", 16) Run-time exception thrown : System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException - Filter Error in Field < Requirement Description > : In field RQ_REQ_NAME, the filter condition <V OP> contains spaces. You must enclose the text in quotes, or create a logical expression using AND or OR.
Quality Center cannot interpret a filter condition that contains spaces. To resolve this error, you can:
1.Enclose the filter condition in quotes.
For example: To search for the text west or north west
you must type:west OR "north west"
2.Separate individual words in the filter condition with logical operators such as AND or OR.