In order to execute a test, you need to add it to an execution set
Select the execution set from the product tree, and then the “Test Run Suite” tab.
EXECUTING TEST CASE
Click the “Run” icon corresponding to the test case to be executed.
The “Test Run” page is displayed.
TEST RUN GENERAL DETAILS
Run Name – Unique identifier, usually the DateTime string
Run Versions – The version on which this test is executed
If Run Parameters were set to this execution set, the user can now select the relevant value
for example, Run Parameters named as Browser type
If the parameter/s set as mandatory, the user will not be able to execute any steps until he selects a value from the list
If parameter/s are not set as mandatory, the user can execute the test steps with the default selected values
Parameters value can be viewed by creating the Test Run View
EXECUTING THE TEST
Click PASS in order to pass a step.
Click SKIP to skip the step and move to the next step.
Click FAIL and Select Fail in order to fail a step without any defect.
Click FAIL and Select Fail with Existing Defect to fail the step with an existing defect in the systems.
Click FAIL and Select Fail with Defect to fail the step with a new defect. “New defect” page opens with the default defect description.
The Default Defect description is set in the Project Templates
In case the step failed is not the last step of the test case, the system shows the pop-up Continue? with 2 options
- Continue with next step – Continues to the next step.
- Quit test run – Ends the test.
Selecting either of the option results in failure of the execution run and the status is returned as Fail or Fail (Stop) accordingly.
END THE PROCESS
Click “End Process” in the Test Run Screen Toolbar to end the test execution.
Note: If any of the test step is fail , then the Execution Run Status is returned as Fail.
UPPER AND LOWER LIMIT
In case “Enable upper/lower limit management” indication is enabled in Admin -> System Settings, you can also update the actual measure (numeric value).