Using Test Flows
Test flow provides structured, interactive testing using pre-defined testing scenarios.
Step 1. Run structured interactive tests
- Click the Test Flow Widget
- The select test flow screen appears.
- Select the desired test from the list.
- Click Open.
Step 2. Fill in test details
The test flow scenario details window appears.
- Select Type from list.
- Enter in reviewer user ID. This is the name of the person who will receive the test results. On some test flows you can select ‘no reviewer’ if you don’t want to send the results for review.
- Enter in the Tested item name – this is a mandatory field
- Enter in the Tested item version – this is a mandatory field
- Enter a Description.
- Click Start.
Step 3. Perform tests
- Follow the instructions for each pre-defined test. Comments can be added before making any test. They can’t be edited afterwards.
- Mark the test as "Pass" when the test finished with the expected results.
- Mark the test as "Fail" when the test did not end with expected results.
- Mark "Exception" when the test passed but there is some exception that should be noted. Marking the test as an exception allows you to add a comment and continue. For example: Enter test passed but took 2 seconds longer than expected.
- Mark "N/A" when the test is not relevant. For example: A test instruction might be: ‘Open Splash Screen’ and you don’t have one on this particular handset. Enter comment such as: ‘test is not relevant, no splash screen on this handset’ and continue.
Step 4. Finish Testing
After all tests have been run and marked off, you can:
- Save – The results are saved in your repository and can be accessed in Reporting.
- Send – The results are sent via email and saved in your repository and can be accessed in Reporting.
- View – The results can be viewed immediately. They are also saved in your repository and can be accessed in Reporting.
- Discard – Discard the results.