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comment How to categorize defects?
Issue type is applicable more to Issues, not Bugs. So you do mixed issues and bugs and that is actually not right as there should be different worflow and usually also different audience. On the other hand you mentioned othe microsoft like parameters (feature path, milestone, status) therefore +1
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comment How to categorize defects?
Risk is applicable more to Issues, not Bugs and in Test analysis to decide which part should be tested most. And if there is some glue, usually risk is transformed to priority of the bug (how quickly the bug should be repaired) or to severity of the bug (in case of business risks, caused by error). So i do not agree completely.
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comment Test Manager. QC vs TFS
@Bruce: offtopic, but funny.
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comment Test Manager. QC vs TFS
@Bruce: They can, but actually Microsoft test manager offers what HPQC offered 10 years ago. And HPQC is an obsolete technology which contains still the same bugs as 10 years ago, when it was reported to Mercury, and QTP spagetti code is not possible even maintain. Microsoft will stand, because they are too much connected with .NET and C# and there is often no other choice (this is usual M$ strategy), but HPQC will slowly, really slowly perish.
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