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I would separate the test case into 2: The first one ends with the confirmation message and the second one continues from there on. I would create a bug, link it to the first test case and keep the test case in 'ready', while I would close the second test case. If this is not a major requirement for you, then the test cases can be prioritized, so that ones ...


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If you have specifications that say a confirmation must be displayed, the test fails. If you have user requirements or user expectations that there will be a confirmation dialog, the test fails. In the situation you describe, I would create a bug from the test, but it would have a lower severity rating because it doesn't interfere with functionality. The ...


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It may depend on the strategy of your project, but i'd say this test is failed. If the confirmation is part of your specifications/functional need, you can't make this test pass. Imagine this is the only issue in your whole test plan, if you pass the test, then your indicators will be all green for this functionality. Thus, there is no reason to do rework, ...


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So, for full disclosure, I work for SmartBear Software and have used our product QAComplete, along with a few others (some mentioned above). Like some have said above, it all depends on what you're doing and your budget as to what tool will work best for you. I can speak for QAComplete and tell you that the biggest selling point for it is that its ...


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Hilariously the answer to this is copy and paste! You can use Tools -> Change Project to navigate between projects. Simply right click what you wish to migrate, copy, change project and paste where you desire! You will have to decide what to do with related entities when copying across.


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Let me introduce you to TestCollab. TestCollab, is de facto the easiest Test Case Management System. With a user friendly interface, it brings a bouquet of features including : Easier integration with popular bug trackers been used in the industry for development project's requirement management, automatic reporting of bugs encountered during test runs, ...


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I recommend you TestLink. It is opensource, very easy to use and complete. You can link it to integration server as Jenkins. For me it is the most efficient opensource tool. http://testlink.org/ From what i remember, you have a free plugin in Jira for test management. Unfortunately, it is not so user friendly the display is bad. It is a bit complex to use ...


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Of the tools you mentioned I have experience about Testrail. Pros: Straightforward approach. Quick to start to use. Stores test cases well. Cons: Less features to pick relevant test cases to re-run, no issue management. ( We wanted integrated issue management as it makes easier to see where the issues are regarding test cases and to pick test casea to be ...


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Why not Testlink? Pros: Every needed function present Possible to add additional fields Possible to manage test-cases related to different projects, test-plans Possible to manage different versions of test-cases Possible to assign test-cases to tester for execution Possible to connect to bug-tracking tools (e.g. mantis, JIRA) Possible to connect to ...


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From what I can remember Jira licenses are reasonable for up to 10 users. Mark Smith.


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First, it depends on the way the organization defines things - what a particular business considers direct and indirect scenarios could well be different than what you'd expect. If I was responding to this question in an interview, I'd start by saying that in my experience direct scenarios are those where the test explicitly exercises the requirement or ...


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I have evaluated testrail, spiratest earlier. My analysis is available in link http://sqlandsiva.blogspot.sg/2010/08/evaluating-test-case-management-tool.html http://sqlandsiva.blogspot.com/2014/10/testrail-tcm-tool.html Testrail I can share my learning's if any questions. Good Reading Notes I referred / collected for evaluating test case management tools ...


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I personally use mind-maps for any activity and one of the activity is creating test coverage mindmaps, test strategy mindmaps that I share with my team members and customers. I love the markers which help in tracking my tests if my mindmap if developed as test design reference. This mindmap repository may be helpful for you and its open source! You can ...



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