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Moving tasks and merging requests

Even though it is possible to move the objects collected in a task into another request manually, you will be better off taking advantage of two standard utilities provided by the Transport Organizer. This method not only will be significantly easier and quickier, but also safer and less error-prone – especially when a large amount of objects is involved.

Moving a task

You want to move a task to another request. For instance, you want to move the development/correction task DV4K901149 from the request DV4K901148 (Test CTS, request 1) to the request DV4K901152 (Test CTS, request 2).

Select the task you want to move and choose the utility Reassign Task from the menu:

Specify the request which the chosen task will be moved in (target request):

The task will be moved to the chosen target request:

Notice that the original request is not deleted.

Merging a request

You want to merge the contents of a request into another request, and delete the first request. For instance, you want to move all the contents of the request DV4K901152 (Test CTS, request 2) into the request DV4K901148 (Test CTS, request 1), and delete the request DV4K901152 (Test CTS, request 2).

Select the request you want to move and choose the utility Merge Requests from the menu:

Specify the request which the contents of the chosen request will be merged in:

All the contents of the first request (DV4K901152) will be moved into the second (DV4K901148), and the first request will be deleted:

Notice that an object list is included in the target request, keeping track of the performed merging action:

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