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How to add folder to Current scope or Other scope?

Feature Description : (Current scope)

Add a folder to a current scope is the functionality use to add a folder with test cases on the "Domain" level to the "Cycle" level. This helps us to add (Indirect Mean: create/copy/avail) a folder (exact copy) with or without test cases/Assets that are exist on the domain level to the current cycle or scope.

 

Steps - 

1. A folder containing test cases should be at domain level only.

2. Right click on the folder to get the options.

3. Hover the "Scope" option> we get 3 options.

4. Hover on add to current scope > It will ask for with or without assets > Selecting with assets copies a folder to current scope with all the test containing init. Without option copies a folder to current scope without test cases but it copies the whole structure of folder like parent folder> child folder.

 

Feature Description : (Other scope)

Add a folder to a other scope is the functionality use to add a folder with test cases on the "Domain" level to the "Cycle" level of another domain. This helps us to add (Indirect Mean: create/copy/avail) a folder (exact copy) with or without test cases/Assets that are exist on the domain level to the cycle or scope of other domain.

 

Steps - 

1. A folder containing test cases at domain level or cycle level does not matter.

2. Right click on the folder to get the options.

3. Hover the "Scope" option> we get 3 options.

4. Hover on add to other scope > It will ask for with or without assets > Selecting with assets copies a folder to current scope with all the test containing init. Without option copies a folder to current scope without test cases but it copies the whole structure of folder like parent folder> child folder.

5. By clicking on any asset option it will take you to a Domain>Release>Cycle tree structure from which you have to select a cycle to add into.

 

Remove from the scope: This feature helps to remove the folder which is at cycle level/in current scope. one click process with better reliability.

 

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