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Joya
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HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

I need the pdf document: "HP Quality Center Administrator Guide". Where can I find it (without download QC).

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Beate N
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Re: HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

You can download them from the support site:
http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/manuals
Joya
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

Thanks!
I've been there but I didn't find the Administrator Guide.
Sperk
Honored Contributor

Re: HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

Joya have you tried directly from QC:


Authenticate/Logon to QC
Help > Documentation Library
You should find a link under the "Quality Center Guides" heading.


Mark Smith.
sharathd
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

Thanks a lot......for providing the link.

 

Can you also provide the Trainings and Certifications related to QC Admin........

 

Thanks in Advance,

 

Sharath

Andrey_L
Occasional Visitor

Re: HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

I think here: http://h20546.www2.hp.com/main/training/course_list.cfm you can find information regarding trainings and certification

But I'm not sure that HP have specific certificate for QC/ALM Admin, I think there is some general QC/ALM certificate

mwmTx
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

I am also looking for the QA 10 Administrator Guide. Where is it found?

Andrey_L
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Re: HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

srekkk
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Re: HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

Thankyou!!

SeleniumLearner
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

I want to know the logical name of Login Name (text filed) and Password (text field).

Can anybody help me.

Trudy Claspill
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Re: HP Quality Center Administrator Guide

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