HP ALM 12 vs Rational CLM 188.8.131.52
My project has been using Rational RQM 184.108.40.206 to prep for a large software testing effort. We have significant issues with RQM and are looking to move to HP ALM 12. We anticipate having approximately 6000 Test Suites - each with 4-5 scripts on average.
Some of the key issues we've faced are around reporting (or lack of without RRDI/Insight) and modular reuse of scripts and unique data maintenance within scripts for a Test Suite. In using the Jazz forum, I've found that alot of the functionality I know is available in QC is not available in RQM (for instance - use of data parameters in a script and allowing unique data for each call of a script).
The last thread I found on the forum is from 2009 comparing QC and RQM. I was wondering if anyone on the board has any recent recommendations on how which of the tools is the better tool?
My project ...looking to move to HP ALM 12.
... key issues we've faced are around reporting...lack of reuse of scripts and unique data maintenance within scripts for a Test Suite. I've found that alot of the functionality ... in QC is not available in RQM
I was wondering if anyone on the board has any recent recommendations on how which of the tools is the better tool?[/QUOTE]
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