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Exporting XML from test director

Exporting XML from test director

Exporting XML from test director

(OP)
Is this possible? Am I in the right forum?

Cheers,

Jon

"There are 10 types of people in the world... those who understand binary and those who don't."

RE: Exporting XML from test director

Jon,

You're in the right forum, though you might get a better response by posting to forum1393

As for exporting XML, it depends on what you mean.  Are you talking about test scripts, defect details, what?

Cheers,
Dave

Probably the only Test Analyst on Tek-Tips

animadverto vos in Abyssus!

Take a look at Forum1393 & sign up if you'd like

RE: Exporting XML from test director

(OP)
Thanks dave,

I mean exporting defect details as XML.

Jon

"There are 10 types of people in the world... those who understand binary and those who don't."

RE: Exporting XML from test director

AFAIK it's not possible to export defects using XML.

However TD uses a SQL Server DB on the webserver, so perhaps you could get at the information through that portal?

Failing that, export it to Excel and work from there.

TD exports to plain text, HTML, Word or Excel.  Check out how at
http://kb-index.mercury.com/web/queries/print.asp?conceptid=10761&Product=TD

You may need to register with Mercury's support site to view this article.

Cheers,
Dave

Probably the only Test Analyst on Tek-Tips

animadverto vos in Abyssus!

Take a look at Forum1393 & sign up if you'd like

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