TFS 2012 Tester Power Tool - Bulk Copy Test Cases for Microsoft Test Manager

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If you are using Microsoft Test Manager and want to manage your test cases over multiple releases aka “versioning test cases” - the only way you can do this is by copying test cases and changing the Iteration field. This tool allows you to do both very quickly in bulk.

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  • Bulk Copy Test Case Tool 10.6 Exception
    1 Posts | Last post October 18, 2013
    • Hello, 
      
      I'm trying to use your tool. But when I select test case using a query from "My Queries", select a subset of the test cases and deselect "Copy shared steps" the result is an unhandled exception.
      
      Any ideas on how to resolve this problem?
  • Bulk Copy Test Plan, Test Suites to new Test Plan
    1 Posts | Last post January 30, 2013
    • Anna, Test Manager question. For my next Iteration I would like to copy all my Test Suites from the current Test Plan to the next one.  For example:
      Iteration 1
      - Test Suite A
      - Test Suite B
      - Test Suite C
      Iteration 2
      
      
      From within Test Manager I can do one at a time, but we have 50+ Test Suites (All Regresion Tests we want to run with the next iteration).  Is there an easier way to do this?
      
      This tool works great for coping Test Items for another Release.  
      
      Thanks,
  • Copy Test Cases To Another Team Project
    2 Posts | Last post January 23, 2013
    • Hello, we are upgrading from TFS 2010 to TFS 2012, and then are going to create a new clean-slate team project from our old existing cluttered one. We want to then copy over only the Open work items into our new team project.  Can this tool be used to copy Test Cases and Shared Steps from one team project to another (within the same Project Collection)? Or is this functionality that could be easily added for a future release? Thanks.
    • Hi,  Shai has already created a tool that does that.  It can be found here http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/shair/archive/2011/03/20/test-case-migrator-between-projects-wpf-metro.aspx
      
      Anna