The problem with using bindings to fields in order to modify records in a data connection is that you must set those fields to the values for the current record and then you have to use the data connection object scripting methods like "add New()", "update()" or "delete()".
This USA Today article reports on a Brookings Institution study finding that adding ten minutes of math instruction to an eighth-grader’s day translates into a jump in math skills.
So today, I’m going to try to explain how the OTA API works by recreating the steps as a blog post with explanation in a simple script.
I’ll start with an example using C# and then give an equivalent Python example.
Assuming you have quality center installed on your local machine (not a typical setup) you might have the following setup: Now you need to find your test sets that need updated.
I typically use folder structure that goes something like: Project – Iteration – Component – Feature It’s a bit convoluted but here’s the code to get a test Set: string test Folder = "Root\QASite\Sprint5\Dashboard\Recent Updates"; string test Set = "Recent Updates - New Defects Logged"; Test Set Factory ts Factory = (Test Set Factory)td Conn.