Thanks for this functionality; it seems to be really useful for us in our activity.
But, I can’t succeed to make it works. I am wondering if I did something wrong?
We have QC 9.2 and I have Windows XP I did all as described in your document. When I arrived in the step 4 “Click Next. Test Import Wizard - Step 2 of 6 dialog box opens” the list box is empty. I have no DOMAIN and PROJECT available.
I have a problem with a similar script in VB .net
The import is done ok but the username is not remembered as the "designer" of the test after the import, so one has to manually modify the designer and select the proper username in order to be able to delete a testsuie(at least that action requires that).
Any1 has any ideea about why is this happening?
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I am trying to create a macros which can pull the data for a particular project from macros. But our clients have multiple projects under Project Login which is causing a problem to get the Test Set folder names displayed in Form.
In other words, all the sub folders in the main test set folder is opened, hence it is very difficult to identify parent folder and its associated child folders. Any help in this regard is greatly appreciated.