Note: Before each merge, Quick Test checks whether the local object repository is in use by another user.
If so, the local object repository is locked and the objects for the selected component cannot be moved to the target shared object repository. The merge can be performed when the local object repository is no longer in use by the other user.
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The Object Repository - Merge Tool window for a local object repository merge displays the local object repository as the primary object repository, and the shared object repository as the target object repository.
Note: If you specified more than one component in the Update from Local Repository dialog box, Quick Test performs multiple merges, merging each component's local object repository with the target object repository one at a time.
You can update a shared object repository by merging local object repositories associated with one or more components (via the application area) into the shared object repository.
The objects that are merged from the local object repositories are then available to any components that use that shared object repository.
The Statistics dialog box and the Object Repository Merge Tool - Multiple Merge window displayed after this step show the merge results of the first merge (the local object repository of the first component being merged into the shared object repository).
Quick Test enables you to view, and modify if necessary, the results of each merge in sequence.