Changes between Version 92 and Version 93 of TestCaseManagementPlugin


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Timestamp:
Aug 1, 2008 6:42:06 PM (6 years ago)
Author:
ChrisGreacen
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Fix the PageOutline macro

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  • TestCaseManagementPlugin

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    33= !TestCaseManagement = 
     
    77 
    88You can download the source or preferably use easy_install for the 0.11.x compatible version here :   
    9 [[BR]]  
     9{{{ 
    1010easy_install.exe http://trac-hacks.org/svn/testcasemanagementplugin/branches/testManagmentPluginGenshi 
    11 [[BR]] 
    12 [[BR]] 
    13 if you need easy_install check :  [http://peak.telecommunity.com/DevCenter/EasyInstall] 
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     11}}} 
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     13if you need easy_install check: http://peak.telecommunity.com/DevCenter/EasyInstall 
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    17 unicode compliant version...needs testing please/thanks  (for 0.11.x only) 
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     16A unicode compliant version is available. This needs testing please/thanks  (for 0.11.x only) 
     17{{{ 
    1918easy_install.exe http://trac-hacks.org/svn/testcasemanagementplugin/branches/testManagmentPluginGenshi_unicode 
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     19}}} 
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    2321== TRAC 0.10.x users == 
    24220.10.x TRAC users should continue to use this version : [[BR]] 
     23{{{ 
    2524easy_install.exe http://trac-hacks.org/svn/testcasemanagementplugin/branches/testManagementPlugin0.4.0  
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    2726 
    2827== Description == 
     
    142141=== Running a weekly smoke test. === 
    143142 
    144 ==== Step 1(Create your test cases) ==== 
     143==== Step 1 (Create testcases) ==== 
    145144Take a look at the example test case I attached at the bottom of this page.  It's a very simple XML format for specifying what a test case should be. 
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    182 ==== Step 2 (Define any required grouping of testcases in the testtemplates.xml file): ==== 
    183 An example grouping would be specifying that tests: test1, test2, and test3 all belong to the smoketest. 
     181==== Step 2 (Group testcases): ==== 
     182Define any required grouping of testcases in the testtemplates.xml file. An example grouping would be specifying that tests: test1, test2, and test3 all belong to the smoketest. 
    184183 
    185184{{{ 
     
    203202Make sure the tests and template file are checked in. 
    204203 
    205 ==== Step 3 (Creating a test run) ==== 
     204==== Step 3 (Create a testrun) ==== 
    206205 1. Click on the TestManagement tab on the main trac menu. 
    207206 1. Click on the Test Run link 
     
    212211 This will re-direct you to the  '''custom ticket reporting page with a pre-built query''' that should show you all the test cases that you just created grouped by user.  It will also pick up previously created testcases if they also exactly match the query criteria. 
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    214 ==== Step 4 (Run the testcases) ==== 
     213==== Step 4 (Run testcases) ==== 
    215214Open one of the created tickets and using the testcase_result custom field specify whether the test for this test run passed, failed, or was not run for whatever reason. 
    216215 
    217216Close each ticket in the normal way by setting the ticket to "fixed" (or one of the other appropriate resolved states). 
    218217 
    219 ==== Step 5  Reporting ==== 
     218==== Step 5 (Reporting) ==== 
    220219For reporting on testcase progress or results use the TRAC custom query page.  Just specify where ticket type = 'testcase' assuming you've added that ticket type into your TRAC data base.  TRAC is going to be adding the ability to specify which columns appear in the custom query results so this will only get better. 
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