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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

The four phases of testing management process in Test Director - Part II

TestDirector offers an organized framework for testing applications before
they are deployed. While using TestDirector, the testing management process can be defined using the following four steps :

- Specifying the test requirements.
- Planning the tests.
- Run the tests in manual or automatic mode.
- To analyze the defects.

Run the tests in manual or automatic mode


This phase is the most crucial phase of testing process. A test set is a group of tests in a TestDirector project designed to achieve specific testing goals. TestDirector enables you to control the execution of tests in a test set by setting conditions and scheduling the date and time for executing your tests. After you define test sets, you can begin to execute your tests. When you run a test automatically, TestDirector opens the selected testing tool, runs the test, and exports the test results to TestDirector. It includes defining test sets, adding tests to a test set, scheduling test runs, running tests manually, running tests automatically.

To analyze the defects


Locating and repairing defects is an essential phase in application development. When a defect is submitted it is tracked through the new,open,fixed,and closed stages. A defect may also be rejected or reopened after it is fixed. It includes :
- How to Track Defects
- Adding New Defects
- Matching Defects
- Updating Defects
- Mailing Defects
- Associating Defects with Tests
- Creating Favorite Views


1 comment:

Shan said...

Testing is a creative and challenging task. It depends on your skill and experience, how you handle this challenge.
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