I installed CA Agile add-in in Excel and also I added several custom fields to the test case schema into CA Agile. When I'm trying to import my spreadsheet with test cases to CA Agile I'm getting validation error "MissingRequiredAttributes" (attached screenshot). For me, everything is looking good, headers, format and values... Has anyone had the similar issue?
If you can include the CSV file that you're importing it will help. If you prefer not to share you data here in the community then please let me know and I'll open a support case and work directly with you.
In general, the required fields for a Test Case are:
If you are missing any of them then please include them and let us know if helped. If not, then like said, please include your CSV file (or I'll open a case and we'll work offline).
Thank you! I have these fields in my CSV file. Also, our admin has added couple more required fields, and they are also in my file.
I'd like to open a support case if you will help to resolve that issue. What do I need to do for that?
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Thanks! Yes, I have raised a support case for that.
Colleagues of mine have a support case open regarding the unsupported status of Owner, Pre-Conditions, Validation Input, and Validation Expected Result. There may be others.
In connection with that, we can confirm that the following are all supported: Object Type, Name, Description, Test Folder, Expedite, Objective, Work Product, Type, Method, Priority, Risk, Affected Products, Notes, Input, Expected Result, Step Index, Test Case. But we can't say which are required.
If it wouldn't be right to share your data publicly, at least please let us know the outcome of your support case.
Are you using the Excel Add in to import the test cases? If so, it sounds like Application may be one of your custom fields and that you have made this field Required. You can tell by going into Excel, click on import, select test cases, and then click on the Schema button. It will show you what fields are required and the Values. Another trick is to export some existing test cases so you can see all the columns and values, replace the info with your new data (keeping the headers), and then deleting the columns that don't apply (e.g. last updated, creation date, etc.). Note: If you aren't sure which ones to delete, just click on import and validate, and the error messages will tell you.
Yes, I'm using Excel Add-In. I don't have "Application" filed, only "Application2" in test case schema.
I had a web session with Julia.
We figured out there are two custom fields: "Application" and "Application2".
Currently: "Application" is required , whereas "Applciation2" is not required.
The import complains that "Application" is not provided (since required).
We realized there is a mixup of these fields and there isn't a need for "Application". We shall turn "Application" to be not required and turn "Application2" to be required instead.
This shall allow the original import to succeed.
Can a current field be changed to be required? We attempted that but did not see the field that could be changed to make a currently used field required.
Donna Evers, CSM, FLMI
Technical Analyst II
Agile Launch Pad
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Yes, a field can be changed to required when you edit it from the Workspace level and if it's visible to all projects.