Agile Requirements Designer

CA Agile Requirements Designer v2.6 is Now GA!

By tilge01 posted 10-09-2017 08:15 AM


We are pleased to announce the general availability of version 2.6 of CA Agile Requirements Designer. The new version can be downloaded from the CA Support site.


See the product documentation to find out more about the new and enhanced features listed below:


Automation Enhancements
Several options have been enhanced to help create automation configuration to construct and export scripts.
More: Define Your Automation Configuration

More: Construct Scripts from a Model


CA Test Data Manager (CA TDM) Integration
When using the function Edit Data on a data pool, you can now specify if the data is a Stored Column.
More: Use CA TDM Actions in CA ARD
More: Automating Testing Activities


Turnkey Integration
The TurnKey DataDriver now benefits from the data generation capabilities of CA TDM.
More: Integrate with TurnKey


Team Foundation Server (TFS) Integration 

  • Update existing TFS Test Cases when exporting
  • Export Test Cases to Test Suites

More: Integrate With Microsoft Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Online


CA Agile Central Integration
Update existing CA Agile Central Test Cases when exporting.
More: Integrate With CA Agile Central


HPE ALM Integration
Update existing HPE ALM Test Cases when exporting.
More: Integrate With HPE ALM (REST)

More: Integrate With HPE ALM (GT HPE ALM Service)


File Exporter
New Excel export field to reference a custom field.
More: Export to Excel Using Templates


Flow Editor Canvas
Several usability enhancements to help with finding, creating, and editing blocks on the canvas.
More: Create Visual Flows


#Note: A version of the optional Javelin utility was released with CA Agile Requirements Designer 2.5 under the name Agile Designer Automator. For 2.6, all functionality of Automator is included in the re-named “Javelin 2.0”. For more information, see the Javelin FAQ.


Please do not hesitate to get in touch with any thoughts, questions or comments. 

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