CA Support- Next Actions:
Support cannot provide you with an estimated fix release date, since this is subject to change due to the availability of resources and the scope of the development cycle.
The Development Team will continue to work on a fix for the defect and reach out to support if they require more information from the customer.
The Documentation Team will be notified of the defect and they will update the documentation release notes, if applicable, when the issue has been resolved.
Customer- Next Actions:
We suggest signing up for and 'Following' the DevTest Community and you will be notified of new GA (general availability) releases, which is when your fix will be publicly available for download.
Join the CA DevTest Community: https://communities.ca.com/community/ca-devtest-community
After a new GA release comes out, we will list the major resolved issues for that release in the documentation. You can find this information by clicking on the documentation links below, expanding the 'Release Notes' section, and clicking on the 'Resolved Issues' link. The DevTest documentation does not have a specific 'Resolved Issues' link, but the 'Fixed Issues' are listed in the main section of the 'Release Notes' link.
CA Service Virtualization and CA Continuous Application Insight Documentation: https://docops.ca.com/devtest-solutions
If you do not see your issue listed in the Release Notes as “fixed”, it is still possible that it was fixed but not included in the release notes as it was a minor defect or would affect very few customers. In such cases, please follow the steps provided below to get more information about the fix.