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QCIntegration is provided as is with no warranty by One Shore (http://one-shore.com) and is free to use or modify as you see fit. This is a sample utility written in C# that uploads test results into Quality Center from a csv file. It uses the Open Test Architecture (OTA) API for communicating with Quality Center. OTAClient.dll is installed with QC Explorer & can be downloaded from QC. Go to Help->Addins Page->HP Quality Center Client Side Setup Add-in. To use QCIntegration.exe, first modify QCIntegration.exe.config to specify the location of your own Quality Center settings. qcHostname - optional, not used in current configuration qcUrl - the URL used to connect to your Quality Center server qcDomain - your Quality Center domain qcProject - your project name in Quality Center qcLoginName - your Quality Center username qcPassword - your Quality Center password qcPath - path to the TestLab folder in QC -- start with "\Root\" qcTestSetName - optional, not used in current configuration qcTestName - optional, not used in current configuration testResultsFile - this file contains a mapping of QC Test Names and Statuses delimeter - used when parsing the testResultsFile (typically a comma ",") The project App.config contains defaults and is compiled to include bogus QC info. It won't work on your server unless you modify qcHostname, qcUrl, qcDomain, qcProject, qcLogin, and qcPassword. To change config settings without recompiling, edit QCIntegration.exe.config The qcPath will need to be changed for each sprint/iteration/test pass. If you place your test results file in c:\temp\testresults.csv it should work as is. The test results should contain the test name and status for each test you wish to update in QC. See testResults.example.csv for an example format. Consider donating to OSSO (http://orphanagesupport.org) if you feel prompted to provide remuneration for this code. If you'd like to see more like it, I might also be available for consulting work. If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, feel free to email me <firstname.lastname@example.org> Copyright 2011 Aaron Evans.