Projects

This tab is used to create projects, to perform execute test of test´s scenarios and to create defects which occur during testing. Users in projects have defined roles.

Import templates

Creating Project
  • By clicking on Create button pop-up window will appear.
  • Enter all necessary data.
  • After clicking on the Create button you can make new project that will be added to project list
Archiving of the Project
  • After clicking on the Archive button project will disappear from the list.
  • The table of projects which were already archived will appear.

 

 

 

 

Project Dashboard
  • You can see project overview, it´s important information, Test Analysis status, Execute Test status and Project´s problems.
  • After clicking on the number in table Test Analysis status, the overview will appear. 
  • By clicking on Test Plan you open Dashboard Test Plan.

  • Clicking on the “Issue” shows us that particular Issue in the project.

 

 

Create a Test Plan
  • Clicking on Create New Test Plan opens a new tab.  Here we fill the name of the test plan.
  • There is also table that contains Testing Scenarios. From the table, select Test Scenario/s which should be tested in that particular Test Plan. (If there aren´t any Test Scenarios the table will be blank).
  • Lets click on the Add button and Test Plan will be create.

 

Test Plan Dashboard 
  • After clicking on Test Plan the dashboard will be opened.

  • Here you can see information about the given Plan Test in tables and charts.

  • You can switch between Test Plans using the Change button.

  • If you click on Report you can download a PDF file containing all information about the Test Plan including graphs.

  • Clicking on ADD Comment you add comment to that Test Plan.

  • By clicking on Comments you are able to see the history of all test plan´s comments.

Creating of Test Sprint
  • Clicking the Create New Test Sprint button will open a new tab.
  • Here are 4 boxes to fill in: Sprint Test, Name, Select Test Plan, Start and Exit.
  • In order to create a new Sprint Test it is necessary to have at least one Test Plan created. (If you do not select any Test Plan error message will appear).
  • Name the Sprint Test and select the Test Plan  to which this Sprint Test will belong.
  • Finally select the start and end date of the Sprint Test. Click Add to create a new Sprint Test and open the new Sprint Dashboard Test tab.

Test Sprint Dashboard
  • Here you see the Sprint Test information in the tables.

  • You can switch between Test Sprints using the Change button.

  • After clicking the Report button PDF file will be download containing all Spring Test information.

  • Clicking on Add Comment button you add comment to the Sprint Test.

  • If you click on Comment you can see history of all Sprint Test comments.

Assign a test scenario
  • Open the Assign Test Scenario tab, here is a table that contains testers. (If there is no tester assigned to the project, the table will be empty).

  • Clicking the Assign Test Scenarios button on the right shows a tab where you can see a list of Test Scenarios.

  • Here you can assign the test scenarios to the particular tester.

  • Click Save button to update the data and assign the test script to Test Scenario.

Test Analyses
  • The test analysis serves us to create Test Sets that contain test scenarios.
  •  In Test Analysis, it is possible to create specific test procedures that are later run in the Test Execute, and from that we get specific results as the test was run.
  • These are then assigned to specific Test Plans which are assigned to the tester.

 

Create a Test Set
  • By clicking on Create new test set button new tab will appear.

  • Here we fill the name Test Set and Tags and Project Description. Click the Add button to create a Test Set

 

 

 

Add New Test Case 
  • Clicking the Add Test Case button (the button above the table or the + in the table) will pop up the Add Test Case window.

  • Here are some boxes to fill in: Select Test Set (Test Set where you add Test Case), Test Case Name, Tags, Description, Result, Priority, Application List, Environment, Module, Approved, Attachments, and Test Steps (Individual Steps of Test Case), which are divided into two parts: Prerequisite and Expected Result.

  • In order to create a new Test Case, it is necessary to have at least one Test Set. (If you do not select the Test Set you will get an error message.)

  • We will select the Test Set to which the Test Case will be added.

  • Enter all necessary data.

  • Clicking the Add button you form a Test Case which will appear in the table.

     

Add Bulk Test Case
  • By clicking on Bulk Test Case button new tab Bulk Test Case will appear.

  • Here are some boxes to fill in: Select Test Set (Test Set to which we add Bulk Test Case), you can change this box by clicking Create New Test Set.
  • This feature switches Test Set Selection to enter the new Name of Test Set. In the box Test Case you enter the names of the new Test Test.

  • Select the Test Set to which the Bulk Test Case will be added (or enter the name of the new Test Set) and enter the names of the new Test Test.

  • Clicking the Add button you form a Test Case to the already created Test Set or create a new Test Set and add a new Test Case. In addition it will return us to the opening table.

Import
  • By clicking on Import button new tab will appear. You can select (Excel.xlsx) file (Import tempalete).

  • To add completed Test Sets and Test Cases from template to the project click on button Add.

 

 

Clone Test Case
  • Clicking the Clone Test Case button (on the right side of the table Test Set/Case) new window will appear for creating new Test Case. 
  • Change the name of the Test Case, modify the necessary changes in one of the columns: Tags, Description, Result, Priority. Select whether the Test Case will be approved, Attachments and Test Steps (You do not have to change everything except the things that the new Test Case will be different from the original cloned.)
  • Clicking the Add button will create a new Test Case and will appear in the table.

 

 

Execution Test
  • After clicking on the Test Execution tab, you will see a page with two blank lines and one button labeled Select.

  • If both Test Plans and Sprint Test are created, you can click on a blank line to select one and click Select.

  • But if nothing is created, you have to create them first. (The creation instructions are above …).

  • When you click Select, a new page opens, listing a variety of scenarios for testing.

  • Scenarios that have been tested are marked with either green, red or yellow.

  • The list contains following data: Scenario ID, Test Set name, Test time name, Test Step count, Test Step count, Status after execution, Scenario priority, and last is the Open or No button.

Performance Test Execute
  • If you click the Open button, a window for testing that scenario opens.

  • Here you can see similar information as in the list of scenarios. There are details of the Test Steps such as their ID, the assumption of execution and the expected result.

  • On the right in the corner we can see 3 events.

  • Action 1 is the timer that starts when the play button is pressed.

  • Action 2 is Priority, here you can see how important the implementation of the following scenario is.

  •  Action 3 is a status that can set all Test Steps to assign the same value at a time.

 

 

Performance Test Execute
  • We can also note that status is gray for each Step Test. This is because the timer must be started before setting the status for each Step Test.

  • When the timer is started, the buttons are highlighted and you can click on them. When you click on them, you will see five options: Passed, Failed, No Run, N/A and Completed.

  • For each Step Test, you can choose the result to be passed to the Step Test History table.

  • If you select Passed, the entire line gets green and you can move on to the next step.

  • When you select Failed, the whole row is red, and under the button where Failed is typed, the word Issue appears on which you must click and create the way that is described in the Issues chapter as the Test Step failed.

  • The same is true for N/A and Completed reports, except that instead of red, the line is yellow.

  • After completing all of the Step Tests, turn off the timer and click Close.

Issues
  • Clicking the Issues tab in the project will display a page where you can see a list of already created Issues.

  • Here’s their ID, Test Step, Sprint, and Casupro , Issue name, Issue description, Who Issue solve, Issue type (if it’s bug, defect or request), its priority, status and date Issue.

  • On the right side next to the creation date, you can see individual actions. There are View Issue, Edit Issue, and Delete Issue.

  • Above these actions, you can see another 4 buttons. Clicking on a small blue button will show you a filter to make it easier for you to search for a specific Issue. If you click on the small white button, you will see the list of things you want to select in Issue list. You can edit this list, for example, only the name Issues, their priority and the solver will be visible in the list.

 

Creating new Issue

  • The first step is to click the Create Issue button, where you’ll see a page with free boxes to be filled in.

  • You have to select the Test Plan, Sprint, Set, Case, and Step from which the error occurred, choose Priority, which can take values: Low, Medium and High, Type of error, which can be either Bug, Defect or Request.

  • Then, briefly write the name of the error and a more detailed description of the problem.

  • You can also add an attachment here, such as an image of exactly what happened when an error occurred.

  • And fill out the Application List, Environment, and Module if needed. Finally, you have to choose who should solve the problem.

 

 

Project Settings

  • When you click the Settings tab, the General Settings page appears, and in the left-hand menu you see the Project Settings, Other Settings, and Services

  • Here you can see the name of the project and its description, which can be edited.

 

 

 

Project roles
  • In this setting, you can see and set which roles belong to which user in the current project.

  • There is an option to assign a role to Test Manager, Project Manager, Test Executor, Guest, Test Analyzers, Developer, and Reporter.

Other Settings
  • When you click the Settings tab, the General Settings page appears, and in the left-hand menu we see the Project Settings, Other Settings, and Services

 

 

Services
  • When you click the Settings tab, the General Settings page appears, and in the left-hand menu we see the Project Settings, Other Settings, and Services