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    8.0 excel add-in export of requirements in parent child format

    I currently have an excel document that contains parent and child requirements. When I export the requirements, they all appear as parent requirements.

    I can then manually move the child requirements under the parent requirement.

    Is it possible to export the requirements so that the child requirements automatically move under parent requirement?

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    Re: 8.0 excel add-in export of requirements in parent child format

    I went into the mercury user site. Where can I find the Mercury Quality Center Micros Add-In Guide?

    We have TestDirector 8.0, is that the same as Quality Center?

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    Re: 8.0 excel add-in export of requirements in parent child format

    I believe you have isolated a TD defect, which will be fixed someday I hope.
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    Re: 8.0 excel add-in export of requirements in parent child format

    It is possible to export the requirements so that the child requirements automatically move under parent requirement and I did it. To define requirements as children, you must define a path for each child. See Defining Requirements section in Mercury Quality Center Microsoft Excel Add-in Guide for more information.

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    Re: 8.0 excel add-in export of requirements in parent child format

    If you are using TestDirector 8.0, login to Mercury Customer support then go to Documentation -> TestDirector -> Version 8.0 Add-ins -> TestDirector Microsoft Excel Add-in Guide

 

 

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