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Test Scenario Execution FAQ

1. How do I assign Tester to a Test Run?

To assign the Tester to Test Run,

Step 1: Open Test Run

Step 2: Click on 'Show Execution Results' 

Step 3: Click 'Assign Tester'

Step 4: Select 'Test Scenarios' using checkbox and type Tester's name in 'Assign selected To' and select suggested Tester's name and click 'Submit' button to assign the Tester

 

 

 

Here is the link to help documentation. 

2. My Test Scenarios have changed after I created Test Run. It does not reflect in Test run? How can I update?

To reflect changes in Test scenario, open the Test Scenario and click to 'Show Execution Result' button which will open Execution screen of Test Run. Click on 'Rebuild Test Run' button from top right of the window to reflect the changes into the Test Run.

Here is the link to help documentation. 

3. How to add defects I find?

You can create the defect at the time execution and associate the same to Test Scenario/Action steps/Step units. Also you can associate the existing defects to Test Scenario/Action steps/Step units.

Go to execution screen > click on 'add defect' icon

Here is the link to help documentation. 

4. How to bulk update Result ?

Yes. You can bulk update the result by following way.

Go to the execution screen > and select your execution status and click double arrow icon to bulk update the execution result in Test scenario, Action Steps and Step units.

 Here is the link to help documentation.

5. How can I re-use the Test Run for multiple platform

You can fresh execute an already created Test Run on different platforms.

Step 1 : Open a Test Run which you want to re-use for another platform.

Step 2 : Click on 'Clone Test Run' button from grid

Step 3 : Give name and select platform for cloned Test Run.

This would create new Test Run with already associated Test Scenarios and will become available for fresh execution over newly selected platform.

Here is the link to help documentation.

6. How can I select Test Scenarios not associated with any Stories?

You can easily find out Test Scenarios which are not associated to any story.

Step 1 : Go to click on 'QMetry' add-on drop-down

Step 2 : Click on 'Create Test Run' button

Step 3 : Click on 'Select Using :' drop-down and you can see 'Only unassociated Test Scenarios' radio button and you will see the Test Scenarios which are not associated to any of the story.

Here is the link to help documentation.

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