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Integrating Test Complete with Microsoft Test Manager in TFS 2010

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Integrating Test Complete with Microsoft Test Manager in TFS 2010

I’m looking for some guidance with integrating my Test Complete test cases in Microsoft Test Manager that is bundled with TFS 2010.

How do I manage or track the test cases developed in Test Complete in Test Manager. I’m under the impression that I can do this? Where do I begin?

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Hi, Krys

TestComplete tests can be integrated with Team Foundation.

See the Extending Visual Studio's Test Items With TestComplete Tests help topic.

Hope this is the guidance you need.
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The above link is broken.


Any new references?



I believe this one will help:

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Thanks Alex, that's it!


Have a freat day!

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There have been a lot of changes in TFS, TestManager, Visual Studio, etc, since this post was originally put out in 2011.  One of those things has been the deprecation in TFS/VisualStudio of UI testing.  While you can use VisualStudio to integrate execution of test complete projects and such as part of your automated build processes, etc., the TestManager integration is no longer available, as far as I am aware.  This is why the article link is no longer available.

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