In TestMonitor you can track test results from the tests that are run. Test results can be used to track the progress and outcome of your test cases and of your test runs.
- The Track > Test Cases page shows the last outcome of each test case.
- The Track > Test Runs page shows the most severe outcome of each test run.
In this chapter we discuss how you can track test results from your test cases. You can start tracking test results from your test cases by clicking Track > Test Cases in the header.
The test cases overview provides you with a list of all test cases in your project. The test case code, name, progress, last outcome, and related issues are shown for each test case.
The filter icon to the left allows you to open the filters sidebar. You can use the search field next to the filter icon to find a test case matching your filter parameters. The cog button to the right enables you to edit what columns are shown in the test cases overview.
Test Case Filters
You can use filters to find specific test cases matching your search parameters.
In the test cases overview, the filters sidebar on the left provides the following:
Shows test cases with the selected outcome(s): pass, neutral, failed, and blocking (visually represented by four types of icons).
- Test Suite
Only shows test cases related to the selected test suite(s).
Only shows test cases related to the selected milestone(s).
Shows test cases assigned to one or more users.
Only shows test cases linked to the selected requirement(s).
Only shows test cases linked to the selected risk(s).
Only shows test cases linked to the selected application(s).
- With / Without Outcome
Shows test cases with or without test results.
- With / Without Test Runs
Shows test cases with or without test runs.
Only shows test cases linked to the tags that you defined and linked to test cases via the define menu.
Only shows test cases linked to issues with the selected status.
Only shows the test cases whose outcome was updated in the selected period.
- Hide viewed test results
Shows all test results or hides test results that are marked as viewed.
You can use the cog button on the top right of the filters to show or hide certain filter fields.
What is more, you can save your preference filters so you can restore your frequently used combinations at all times. Select the cog button to the left and select ‘Save Filter…’.
A pop-up will appear allowing you to set a recognizable name for your saved filter.
Choose Reset to deactivate all set filters.
Test Case Columns
Code, Name, Progress, Outcome, and related Issues are the default columns shown in the test cases overview. Toggle the visibility for each column by selecting the cog button to the top right of the test cases list.
Other columns that are available for the test cases overview: Duration, Test Suite, Viewed, Test Runs, Users, and Updated. Choose Reset to Default to revert to the initial state.
Shows the progress in outcome for this test case in all related test runs.
Shows the outcome for this test case from the last test run.
Shows the issues that are related to the test case.
Shows the duration of the test case.
- Test Suite
Shows the Test Suite that is related to the test case.
Shows whether the test case is marked as viewed or not.
- Test Runs
Shows the amount of Test Runs the test case is assigned to.
Shows the assigned users
Shows the latest date the test result of the test case is updated