Provides information on Test Sets and their execution
A test set contains any number of test cases and allows the user to classify test cases into user defined categories. Test sets are also used as a starting point to execute test cases.
The Test Sets overview screen lists all test tests registered for the selected project. For every test set you see
- Last Execution date and time
- The software version that was used for the last execution
- The pass rate of all included test cases
Selecting a test set on the overview brings to the Test Set screen:
Test Set Screen
Like the test case screen, the test set screen is divided into four major areas:
Test Set Screen schematic view
The test set area shows you the identifier, the name and the description of the selected test set.
There are multiple events for a test case that get triggered either by a user action or by the system. You can register for those events to get notified.
In case you are registered for a least one notification the notification flag (
) will changed to a filled flag:
. To see which notifications are currently registered click on the flag. The popup will list all available notifications with the one you have registered for being checked
Edit Test Set dialog
The Edit Test Set dialog allows you to change the name and description of a test set.
Archived test sets are not listed in the default Test Set Overview screen. You need to click on the "Archive" tab on the Test Set Overview screen to see all archived test sets.
To restore a test set from the archive you can either click on any archived test set to see its details and click the restore icon
or you can hover over the entry in the archived test sets list and select restore from the options on the right.
The test cases lists all test cases that are currently included in this set. In addition it allows you to add or remove test cases to and from the selected test set.
The overview lists the following attributes of any included test case:
By clicking on the "MANAGE TEST CASES" button the "Included Test Cases in Test Set" dialog is shown.
This dialog shows you all test cases in the current project. If checked, a test case is included in the current test set, if not checked a test case is not included in the current test set.
To open a test case in a new window to see even more details you click on the OPEN button (
By clicking on a column label, the column will be sorted. By clicking on the filter icon the filter dialog will be shown, which allows to search for specific test sets
An alternative way to included test cases in a test set is by copying existing test sets. By clicking on the "ADD BY TEST SET" button you can select an existing test set which is copied.
Click on the "SAVE" button to copy a selected test set into the current test set.
The result history provides you a quick overview of the number of executed test cases included in this test set per software version. This gives you a good indication if your test coverage is increasing, decreasing or in a steady state.
In addition the history area distinguishes between passed, failed, canceled and aborted test sets. This allows you to see the quality of a specific software version.
You can filter the result history by test environment, date range or tags that you have used for executions.
To reset the filter, clear all fields and click on the "FILTER" button.
The executions area gives you an overview of all executions of this test set. For every test set you see
- Completion time - the time the last result of the last test report was received
- Software version with which the execution was run
- Test environment on which the execution was run
- User who requested the execution
- All tags used for the execution
By clicking on an individual execution result a new tab is opened. This tab lists all test cases that where executed with the specification execution.
For every included test case the following details are shown
- Test case identifier
- Test case name
- Revision - test plan revision
- Execution No - test report revision
- Time the test report was finished
- Execution time
A test set can be executed by clicking on the "EXECUTE" button, which opens the "Execute Test Set" dialog.
The execute test set dialog allows you to select a test environment on which the Subject Under Test should run, as well as a software version that you want to run the tests against.
For easier identification you can define freely chosen tags for the execution.
An execution is started by clicking on the "EXECUTE" button.