TFS Bug Item Synchronizer 2.7 for Quality Center Installation Guide.
*Note: To upgrade from previous version, read carefully related TFS Bug Item Synchronizer 2.7 for Quality Center Release Notes
TFS Bug Item Synchronizer is an tool which allows testing and development teams to work together using tools built for their usage. Testers enter defects in Quality Center and when defect is created and updated into TFS, developer can fix it, link all changes to it and mark it as fixed. After this the tester will continue process on Quality Center side to verify the fix. Similar to this developer can create a work item and have it synchronized over to Quality Center for testers to verify the fix.
With this tool it is possible to synchronize both Quality Center Defects and Requirements with TFS work items.
Testers will only need to use Quality Center and developers TFS, no need to have both applications on both teams as this tool works totally on the server side.
This version supports
TFS Bug Item Synchronizer 2.7 for Quality Center Release Notes
Utility to change folder where licenses are installed. Default license folder is installation folder, with this it is possible to change it to any folder.
Mainly used when users do not have permissions to add/delete/edit files under installation folder.
To upgrade from previous version, read carefully related TFS Bug Item Synchronizer 2.6 for Quality Center Release Notes
TFS Bug Item Synchronizer 2.6 for Quality Center Release Notes
OffRoad is a tool which enables offline usage of HP Quality Center.
OffRoad makes test execution possible in disconnected environments. This means that test planning and analyzing is done fully on the Test Management server, but actual test execution is no longer tied to certain location or network connection.
It allows you to download selected test set, selected defects and requirements to your local computer, execute test cases, add and modify defects and later upload changes back to the server for online analysis.
Users of OffRoad have reported hundreds of hours of saved project working time because of this opportunity. Before OffRoad they have been forced to do double work: first do the testing and report test results to some text file and later on redo the *testing* using Quality Center to get the results into the Test Management server. With the help of OffRoad, they need to do this only once.