About Generating Workflow Scripts

The Workflow page provides links to script generators and a script editor. You can use the script generators to perform customizations on the input fields of the Defects module dialog boxes. You can use the script editor to create scripts to control the workflow in any ALM module.

Performance Center: The Workflow page is not supported in Lab Management.

To open the Workflow page, click the Workflow link in the Project Customization window.

The Workflow page contains the following links:

  • Script Generator - List Customization for Defects Module. Enables you to customize the field lists displayed for fields on the dialog boxes and in the Defects Grid of the Defects module. For details, see Customizing Defects Module Field Lists.

  • Script Generator - Add Defect Field Customization. Enables you to modify the appearance of the New Defect dialog box. For details, see Customizing Defects Module Dialog Boxes.

  • Script Generator - Defect Details Field Customization. Enables you to modify the appearance of the Defect Details dialog box. For details, see Customizing Defects Module Dialog Boxes.

  • Script Editor. Enables you to write VBScript code to customize the ALM workflow in any module. You place your code in the appropriate ALM event so that the script is triggered when the relevant user action takes place. You can also use the script editor to modify scripts created by the script generators. For details, see Workflow Customization at a Glance.

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Cross Project Customization

If you are working with a template project, in Project Customization, you use the Workflow (Shared) link to customize workflow. Workflow customization created in a template project is applied to the linked projects when you apply the template customization. For details on customizing workflow scripts as a part of cross process customization, see The Script Editor.

ALM Editions: Cross project customization is not available for for Quality Center Enterprise Edition. For more information about ALM editions and their functionality, see the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management User Guide: ALM Editions.

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