Why you need the Test Execution Module ?
Monitor progress and identify risks to the test execution cycles and delivery dates
Record individual actual results for each step within a test case
Schedule and sequence your test cases execution based on start and end dates for sprints, builds, and releases by assigning to individual testers
Map existing and/or new defects to failed test cases during test run
Manage test runs
The QACoverage Test Execution module is one part of a fully integrated test management solution. Whether installed locally or used in the cloud, this module allows users to create, organize, and manage test runs as needed for their own software development lifecycle.
Drive testers to execute test cases
Test cases can be grouped by any criteria – priority, test type, functional area – and pulled into test runs that can be executed by different assigned testers. Multiple testers can even be assigned to a single test run, and the software takes note of which user run each individual test case, allowing multiple testers to complete even a single test run.
Easy view into the status and progress of test runs
While executing a test run, testers can modify test case information, add test execution results, update test execution statuses, create and/or link to defects, and even mark individual test steps with their own execution status. The status entered into each test case during execution is captured and displayed on the execution dashboard giving managers and testers a quick and easy view into the status and progress of test runs. Progress information includes the number of test cases in the test run and the number of executed tests, current and previous test case execution status, linked defects, and assigned testers.
Key Features and Benefits
- Gives the ability to group and run test cases with ease
- Quick pie-chart view of Test Execution status
- Offers full transparency to test case execution and outcome
- Ability to monitor test execution status
- Enables easy connection of defects to test cases during execution
- Ability to group different test cases into different test runs
- Multiple testers can work on executing at the same time