After you create a Lab Management enabled project, you manage the project in Site Administration. For information about managing projects in ALM, see Manage projects.
In addition to the management tasks in Site Administration, however, there are specific use cases where you must be aware of additional procedures. These use cases are:
Migrating a project from a staging to a production environment
Creating a copy of a project
For information about how to create a copy of a project, see Create projects.
When creating a copy of a Lab Management enabled project, you must be aware of the following:
The new project must also have the Lab Management extension enabled.
Details about test runs are not included in the Usage Reports.
Timeslot and project settings are not copied.
Result files associated with the original project are not copied.
Archiving a Lab Management project
Archiving a Lab Management enabled project means exporting or removing the project from the server on which it is located, and in the future, importing the project back onto that same server.
For information about exporting, importing, and restoring access to projects, see Manage projects.
When archiving a Lab Management enabled project, you must be aware of the following:
You cannot import a project onto the original server, if a project with the same PUID exists on that server.
When restoring access to the project:
- Details about test runs are not included in the Usage Reports.
Timeslot and project settings information is lost.