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    Example of High Priority Low Severity Bug.

    WE are QUALITY But we can't spell it!!!



    Anyone get this Partner invitation to a Webinar on April 19th?
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    Re: Example of High Priority Low Severity Bug.

    LOL - That pretty much sums Mercury up.

    Since we aren't a Mercury Partner, I doubt I would see that one, but I am saving that one off!
    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results

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    Re: Example of High Priority Low Severity Bug.

    I have the original e-mail if anyone is interested.
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    Re: Example of High Priority Low Severity Bug.

    Ouch, that hurts. ;-)

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    Re: Example of High Priority Low Severity Bug.

    Tony Davis

    No argument from me.

    I am think of starting a Victims of Test Director Support group ! or is That "Tset Doricter"

    (Am I bad !) :-)
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    Re: Example of High Priority Low Severity Bug.

    I am think of starting a Victims of Test Director Support group ! or is That "Tset Doricter"
    <font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">...and one for Quik Tset Pro too!
    Sr. Software Test Automation Architect

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    Re: Example of High Priority Low Severity Bug.

    Well it just so happens that our favorite company has multiple ways to spell Quality:

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    Re: Example of High Priority Low Severity Bug.

    I've totally given up on Mercury TD. We have a requirement here to be on >Win 2k SP2 or XP. TD 7.6 won't run on either and we haven't been able to get the $$ to get the newer version. (Which doesn't run on XP anyway.) That means it can't be on the network. I put it on a desktop with Win 2k and connected to it via another network card in my PC.

    Last week I was going to do a demo for the team so they could see what a real requirements management tool looked like. (They don't have a clue, they're just developers. ;-)) I shut down the box and carried it to the conference room. After connecting it to the projector and turning it on I couldn't get TD to load. After 20 minutes we gave up. That's when I gave up on real requirements management.

    We're using Excel for now. Hope to be using Visual Paradigm shortly.

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    Re: Example of High Priority Low Severity Bug.

    MArk B.

    My biggest gripe with TD is getting stuff in and out of it. It becomes a project in it self. Its Document exporting tool is an A Grade F... Up (sorry for the language). From my converstaions with expert users they design reports using Crystal Reports for it as they hate the reporting its gives out.

    We are also on an older version and have to upgrade soon as all our desktops are now XP.

    There are far better and cheaper tools out there.
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    Re: Example of High Priority Low Severity Bug.

    My gripe with TD is the documentation for Test Factory is garbage.

    There are plenty of code samples for crap tasks you never want to do, try finding code to update run stats (our automated tests run on a LAN that can't connect to TD).

    I found bits of code here on the TD forum, knitted it together and got it to work.......... QAForums One MI TD Zero.

    Mark.

 

 
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