The Test Runs area allows users to create and execute Test Cycles in a Test Plan.
A Test Cycle is a series of Test Runs to be executed. When creating a Test Cycle, the user selects any or all of the defined groups of Test Cases in the test plan. This generates a snapshot (or current state) of each of the Test Cases to create the Test Runs.
1. Adding a cycle 2. Adding test case groups to a cycle 3. The resulting test runs of the cycle
The Cycle selection list can also be used to display, manage, and execute Test Runs of a Cycle.
Cycle drop down menu next to the cycle selection list.
Test Runs are displayed in a configurable list view. The list view can be filtered by assignment (Show only assigned to me), exported to reports (Export) and sorted (select a heading column name).
Note: The Test Group column is ordered based on the hierarchy of Test Groups in the Test Cases section. The names themselves cannot be sorted in the list view.
Each of the Test Runs listed can be executed by pressing the button. A summary of the selected Test Cycle, including the overall status and the Cycle execution due date, is available next to the Cycle selection list. Users can right-click a Test Run to access a context menu, allowing users to execute the Test Run, open the associated Test Case, or re-assign the Test Run.
Test run context menu and test cycle details.
Select the Test run ID link in the test cycle's list of test runs to open the selected Test Run window. Here, the test run can be edited, relationships can be made and documents can be attached.