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    How do I link one defect to another defect in Test Director

    Hi,

    I am using Test Director 7.6. I have bugs that are related to each
    other. How do I link one defect to another defect in a Test Director ? So
    that, to fix a bug I need to fix the other bugs that are related to
    this one.


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    Re: How do I link one defect to another defect in Test Director

    An easy solution to this would be to refer the bug # which ever you feel is the similar to the current bug. And when you fix the new bug, you can always go to the refered bug and retest it and change its status accordingly..

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    Re: How do I link one defect to another defect in Test Director

    Try creating a custom field (if you want to go this far) called Related To: (or such) make it required and then whenever you record a new bug perform a Find Similar command to see what may be related. Then when the bug is fixed, you have a list of related bugs to check out. Just a suggestion.

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    Re: How do I link one defect to another defect in Test Director

    Well, if you *really* want to get slick with it, you add a customized field to your Defect report. This field can just be a text entry field (if you want a quick solution), or you can make the field a list and execute database calls that will either return all defect ID's, or all defect ID's based on their function (e.g. return all defects having to do with function X).

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