I'm afraid there is more going on than that:
If I look in the activity stream, as Decoteau Wilkerson suggests, I cannot find back the action of deleting this folder:
Remark also that the error message I get when trying to access a test case in the "deleted" folder, I get the following error:
Two points which struck me:
Hi Marcel,Please ask the user if they searched in the Project Dashboard Activity Stream widget with the "All Activities" tab selected. Example:
Please note, the system uses the terminology "made inactive" in the pop-up when you try to access deleted items. Example: However, searching for "delete" in the Activity Stream will search for that term as the action.Please ask the user to confirm that they have searched using "All Activities" and that they are using through all of the results.
The first mention of the item deleted, I got on 06/21.
The test folder cannot be deleted earlier than that date, since I still created a test cycle on 06/21, which still includes a testrun from test case of that deleted test folder.
When I search, as Decoteau suggests, I cannot find the delete action back (taken two screenshots, since didn't fit on one):
Some additional information popped up (thanks Erwin for the assistance!):
Apparently, this test case was not deleted by me, but by a colleague. This was already done on 05/21:
As you can see, I was able to restore!
However, this gets me to some other questions:
I got the made-inactive pop up several times with several timestamps:
Could it be that each time I do an testcycle update operation (which have been done a few times the past days/weeks), the test case itself is restored (in order to get the testrun up to date), and made inactive again? And hence the changing timestamps in the made inactive pop ups?
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