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tm deleteresult
deletes test results for the specified test cases
tm deleteresult [--sessionID= value] [--height= value] [--width= value][--x= value] [--y= value] [--hostname= value] [--port= value] [--password= value][--user= value] [(-?|--usage)] [(-g|--gui)] [(-F value|--selectionFile= value)][--quiet] [--settingsUI=[gui|default]] [--status=[none|gui|default]][(-N|--no)] [(-Y|--yes)] [--[no]batch] [--cwd= value][--forceConfirm=[yes|no]]caseID|sessionID:caseID|sessionID:caseID:stepID|versionedCaseID|versionedSuiteID:versionedCaseID|sessionID:versionedSuiteID:versionedCaseID...
This command deletes test results for test cases.
This command takes the universal options available to Windchill RV&S commands, as well as some general options. See the options reference page for descriptions.
deletes all test results in the specified test session. If you use this option, do not specify test results using the caseID|sessionID:caseID.
specifies the test case IDs to delete test results for. The test cases must all belong to the session specified in the --sessionID option. If the session is not specified in the --sessionID option, you must specify the session ID and case ID for each test case you want to delete test results for. You can also specify individual test steps in a test case to delete results for. If you do not specify this option, you must specify the --sessionID option.
As of Integrity Lifecycle Manager 12.0, you can also specify versioned test case IDs to delete test results for.
For example,
tm deleteresult --sessionID=1393 853-3.0:856-6.0
deletes test results for versioned test case 856-6.0 belonging to versioned test suite 853-3.0 in test session 1393.
It is not mandatory to specify the versioned test suite when using the command with --sessionID option.
For example,
tm deleteresult --sessionID=1393 856-6.0
deletes test results for versioned test case 856-6.0.
If the --sessionID option is not used, then you need to provide test session ID, versioned test suite ID and versioned test case ID in the sessionID:versionedSuiteID:versionedCaseID format.
For example,
tm deleteresult 1393:853-3.0:856-6.0
deletes test result for versioned test case 856-6.0 belonging to versioned test suite 853-3.0 in test session 1393.
You can also delete a test step result using the tm deleteresult command.
For example,
tm deleteresult --sessionID=1393 1393:574:548
deletes test step 548 for test session 1393.
Alternatively, you can delete a test step without specifying the --sessionID option as follows:
tm deleteresult 1393:574:548
The test session must be in a state that allows test results to be modified, and the test result policy for the session must allow the user to modify test results.
See Also
Commands: tm createresult, tm editresult, tm viewresult, tm extractattachments, tm stepresults, tm resulteditor, tm results, tm editresult, tm testcases, tm setresults, tm viewuntested
Miscellaneous: options