If you want to work from command line ... (Linux)

Discussions and information (NO ISSUES) regarding REST API (still NO ETA)
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fman
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If you want to work from command line ... (Linux)

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You can create a test case writing a simple file like this:
{
"name":"Test Scenarios for Filter Criteria",
"testSuiteID":378,"testProjectID":358,
"preconditions":"No preconditions for this testcase.
<br>If you use an array [] can be empty
<br>If you need to use a object {}",
"order":100,"authorID":1,"importance":2,"executionType":1,
"summary":
"<br>1. User should be able to filter results using all parameters on the page
<br>2. Refine search functionality should load search page with all user selected search parameters
<br>3. When there is at least one filter criteria is required to perform search operation,
<br> make sure proper error message is displayed when user submits the page without selecting any filter criteria.
<br>4. When at least one filter criteria selection is not compulsory user
<br> should be able to submit page and default search criteria should get used to query results
<br>5. Proper validation messages should be displayed for invalid values for filter criteria"
}

And send it to testlink (you need latest code from gitorious that will become 1.9.7), using scripts provided on
http://gitorious.org/testlink-ga/testli ... pi/v1/curl

1. download tarball from http://gitorious.org/testlink-ga/testlink-tests
you will get: testlink-ga-testlink-tests-master.tar.gz
2. uncompress on /tmp
you will get: /tmp/testlink-ga-testlink-tests/
move to
/tmp/testlink-ga-testlink-tests/rest-api/v1/curl/generic/
give a look to createTestCaseX.sh, to undertand how it works

You need to go to /tmp/testlink-ga-testlink-tests/rest-api/v1/curl/json/ and edit file testCaseComplex.json
in order to make it suitable for your installation (basically you need to provide a valid test project id and test suite id)

After some test of how this work, you are ready to manage (at least) test case creation from command line.
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