The integration of HPE Service Virtualization (SV) with HPE Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) enables you to store and collaborate on projects in the ALM repository.
You can leverage the ALM repository for project collaboration between integrated products. For example, you can create a virtualization project in the Service Virtualization Designer, save it in ALM, and open it in HPE LoadRunner or HPE UFT/Service Test.
Virtualization projects are stored as test resources in an ALM project. Both version control enabled and non-version control enabled ALM projects are supported for this integration.
The ALM integration enables you to:
- Save a virtualization project in ALM. When you save a virtualization project, you can save it in the file system or in the ALM repository. If you choose to save the virtualization project in ALM, it is stored as a resource in the Test Resources module of the selected ALM project.
- Collaborate on virtual service design. Multiple users can work with a virtualization project that is stored in ALM. ALM enables you to control this process by ensuring that changes are made by only one user at a time.
Reuse a virtualization project. You can copy a project that is stored in ALM, and save it in either ALM or in the file system.
Documentation for this integration can be found using the following link:
- Service Virtualization Help Center (see the "HPE ALM Integration" topic)
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|Comments: Minimal ALM 11.00 patch9 is required|
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