Open any test and click on the tab 'design step'. Once it opens, you can right click on the first cell and export into any format .
To connect to TD from QTP follow the steps...
The database structure in TD is mapping testcase to defects, only if you have created the bug from the apr. test case. Maybe you can update the mapping by using some code in the bug script module (from the customize project funktion), as fare as I know, its not possible to map defects directly to an req.
Yes, you can do that. Go to Add In menu in TestDirector, find the Excel add in, and install it in you machine. Now open excel, you can find the new menu option export to Test director. Rest of the procedure is self explanatory
Open test director and then click the Analysis you will find three type of graphs:
Click any of one and you can generate the graphs..
The generation of graphs in the Test Director that to Test Lab module is :
The 3 views of requirment are:
This function is for getting datatable(excel sheet) in test director.
Try to use it and as vbs file and call this function to get ur datatable.
FilePath = GetAttachment("test.pdf", "C:")
MsgBox "Your file is here:" & FilePath
The GetAttachmentFromTest finds the attachment associated to the given test name and stores it in a local folder.
GetAttachmentFromTest(TestName, FileName, OutPath)
FilePath = GetAttachmentFromTest("Attachment", "hello.vbs", "C:aa")
MsgBox "Your file is here:" & FilePath
Execution Grid". It is place from where we Run all Manual / Automated Scripts
No Way. The only thing we can do is to find the similar defects and delete or close them.
The Defect ID will be generated automatically after the submission of the defect..
In the defect tracking window, at the top we can see the find similar defect icon. If we click after writing our defect, if any of the tester already added the similar defect it will tell. Else we can add.
In Quality Center, if you delete entire folder with tests, the tests get stored in Unattached folder. But if you just deleted 'individual' tests, they are GONE! and can't be retrieved. Not sure if Test Director has the same behaviour/functionality.
There are 2 options in QC. one is remove and another is delete. the diffrence is that .once it is remove it is removed from test set but avail in QC directory. If it is deleted, you can't retrive. If you press delete that will delete from that QC directory also.
Test Director is a test management tool produced by Mercury Interactive. Its four modules - Requirements, Test Plan, Test Lab and Defects Manager - are integrated to enable information to flow smoothly between different stages of the testing process. Completely Web-enabled, TestDirector supports communication and collaboration among distributed testing teams.
Test Director has been classified in the following categories:
You can use Quality Center to create a project (central repository) of manual and automated tests and components, build test cycles, run tests and components, and report and track defects. You can also create reports and graphs to help you review the progress of test planning, runs, and defect tracking before a software release. When you work in QuickTest, you can create and save tests and components directly to your Quality Center project. You can run QuickTest tests or components from Quality Center and then use Quality Center to review and manage the results. You can also use Quality Center with Business Process Testing support to create business process tests, comprised of the components you create in either QuickTest or Quality Center with Business Process Testing support.
Design tab -- Right click -> go to save as -> select excel and save it
Requirement tab -- Right click on main req/ click on export/ save as word, excel or other template. This would save all the child requirement.
Test plan tab-- only individual test can be exported. No parent--child export is possible.Select a test script. click on the design steps tab. right click anywhere on the open window. click on export and save as....
Test lab tab-- select a child group. Click on execution grid if it is not selected. right click anywhere . default save option is excel. but can be saved in doc and other formats. select 'all' or 'selected' option.
defects tab -- right click anywhere on the window, export all or 'selected' defects and save excel sheet or document.
Test Director is Mercury Interactive's software test management tool. It helps quality assurance personnel plan and organize the testing process. With TestDirector you can create a database of manual and automated tests, build test cycles.
Test Director is not used for executing any actual test activity but it is a test management tool used for Requirements Management, Test Plan, Test Lab, and Defects Management. Even if the individual test cases are not automated, TestDirector can make life much easier during the test cycles.
WinRunner: Its an Automation Testing tool, used for automation of manual written Test Cases to Test Scripts and Regression Test also.
Test Director: Its an Testing Management tool, used from Creating Test Plan,Preparation of testCases, execution of testcases and generating defect report.Also used for maintaining Test Scripts.
No way. When you run a script, you find and generate a defect report. In other words, every defect report is unique to a single test script.
For each and every phase we can get reports, like for requirements, test cases, and test run. There are some types of reports also available like report summary, progress report and requirements coverage report.
Each and every test director client tool consists of a menu bar Analysis. By using this menu you can crate reports in table format. You can generate graphs. All graphs options in maths are supported. And you can create various types of charts too.
You can not create your own template for defect reporting in Test Director but you can customize the Template in Test Director.
When you work with WinRunner, you can choose to save your tests directly to your Test Director database or while creating a test case in the Test Director we can specify whether the script in automated or manual. And if it is automated script then.
Once completed the preparing of the test cases:
This is how you do it:
Analysis > Reports > Standard Requirements Report.
Test Lab can be used to create a test set. You can add one or many test cases into a test set. Then run all test cases in a test set together and change the status as pass/fail.
To export the test cases from spreadsheet to TD there are 8 steps. In 6th step we need to map the Td fields with corresponding Spreadsheet columns. Hence you are the mapping so you can map according to your specifications.
Create an object with a type = Number. Name it something like "Test_ID" in the Customize Entities area.
Then go into the Workflow Script Editor to "TestPlan module script/TestPlan_Test_MoveTo" and insert the following:
if Test_Fields.Field("Your Object Name").Value <> Test_Fields.Field ("TS_TEST_ID").Value then Test_Fields.Field("Your Object Name").Value = Test_Fields.Field("TS_TEST_ID").Value end if This will put an object on each test thet displays the Test ID Number
The Test Grid displays all the tests in a TestDirector project.
The Test Grid contains the following key elements:
Yes. We can add the user defined fields using TD 8.0, But you need to have admin privileges to this.
In TestDirector(Requirement Tab) We Stores Our Project Requirement documents according to our modules or functionality of the applications. This helps us to makes sures that all requirements are covered when we trace developed Test Case/Test Script to the requirements.This helps QA Manager to review what extent the requirements are covered.
there are 4 tabs available in Testdirector.
Reports on TestDirector display information about test requirements, the test plan, test runs, and defect tracking. Reports can be generated from each TestDirector module using the default settings, or you can customize them. When customizing a report, you can apply filters and sort conditions, and determine the layout of the fields in the report. You can further customize the report by adding sub-reports. You can save the settings of your reports as favorite views and reload them as needed.
The new version of TD (TestDirector for Quality Center) should provide you with that. If you not want to upgrade, you have to design your own "start page", include the apps and bits you want to display, and use code to extract data from TD.
While designing your test steps in QC for automation tests in test plan module, Test Script tab is availble. You can generate script here or copy from your automatioon tool. While running your tests, it will ask for on which host you want to run. You need to select the system in your network. Then run it. Before going to run your script in a system, the automation tool, like WinRunner, must be installed on that system. Otherwise you will get an error.