I've been experimenting with the open-source test case migrator for Microsoft Test Manager 2010 and have cluttered up the system with unwanted test cases (accessible via Testing Center > Organize > Test Case Manager).
I would like to clean up my mess; however, I'm not seeing a way to delete these test cases from the system. Aside from going into the database and deleting the test cases there, is there any way for me to delete them through Test Manager 2010?
With that said, I know I can set the unwanted test cases to "Closed" and adjust my query to only return test cases whose status are "Design" and "Ready." That way, when a user goes to associate a test case with a requirement, only the appropriate test cases appear. Still, is there a way to get rid of these unwanted TC's short of deleting them through the database?
I spoke to one of the developers around here about deleting test cases from the DB. Said that it was probably a bad idea for me to do this, being that I'm not at all familiar with the DB's schema and whatnot, and that I should look into using the command line for this.