On Sep 4, 2007, at 17:59, Syed Bukhari wrote:
> Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Aug 30, 2007, at 17:52, Syed Bukhari wrote:
>>> I have a question regarding the connectivity of SVN Repository with
>>> Test Director/Quality Center. Would it be possible that we can have
>>> Repository Data Base that we connect with Test Director so instead
>>> of saving Test cases into Test Director and load it up we can only
>>> import some test cases and run them?
>> Can you be more specific about what you're trying to do? I don't know
>> what "Test Director" is.
> Test Director is Mercury Product and is used for tracking the Defects
> [Bugs], managing the Test Cases [Scenarios]. All I am trying to do
> is a
> load balance with SVN Repository here at my organization.
> What I am trying to do is to save all the Test Cases into the
> and keep the Test Director import those test cases only when they are
> required. By doing this if 10 users are connected to the Test
> than they don't have to load their work directly into Test Director
> rather they can load the portion of the work they want to work on.
> I am searching the clue where I can connect SVN Repository with the
> Director and that's why I sent you the below email. Your help would
> greatly be appreciated.
Please remember to Reply To All when you reply so that your email
goes to the mailing list also, and not just to me.
I recommend you contact the developers of Test Director to ask how
Subversion can be integrated into their product, or ask on a mailing
list or forum dedicated to that software. Since we here on the
Subversion Users list aren't familiar with the software, it's
difficult to suggest a course of action.
If you have not already read the Subversion book, I recommend you do
so, as it explains thoroughly how Subversion can be used, and if you
know that, maybe you will be able to think of a way to integrate
Subversion into Test Director. The book is available online free at
If you find that you have specific questions about Subversion, or you
encounter an error message when you run a Subversion command and
don't know what it means, please come back and ask those specific
questions or show us those specific error messages and we should be
able to help with that.
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Received on Wed Sep 5 03:01:02 2007