www.slideshare.net/ErolSelitektay/test-link-jira-soap-integration and http://blogs.fcoos.net/integrate-testlink-with-jira/
give steps on how to configure JIRA on your Teslink.
Before you start, ensure you have Testlink 1.9.5 or above and JIRA 5.2 or above.
Test Link Screens involved:
The steps in the second link are:
Install and configure Testlink as per ...
Firstly, you say in a comment that it would have been easier to make a Word document. If your test needs are indeed so simple that a Word document fulfils them, then you don't need TestLink or any other test management tool. But just as most organisations that try to use Word/Excel as their issue-management tool soon discover the drawbacks, so they also ...
Take a look at the Test Matrix Report.
If this does not have the needed column, register on TestLink Mantis and create a feature request (with the maximum level of detail).
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When we decided to implement a centralized test case management system in our company, the team spend a lot of time analyzing and evaluating various available tools.I was actually surprised and rather impressed that companies like Yahoo, Toshiba, Texan Instruments, etc. (full list is available on the Testlink website) have used Testlink in some projects ...
Have a look into the error logs. You can find them in the path definied in config.inc.php of testlink. The variable is called $tlCfg->log_path. Default is /var/testlink/logs for Unix but you can change it whatever you want, even on win.
Than you will find more information about it in the log. For me it was that cURL was not activated for the issue ...
Please check the configuration example. For me this was OK with configuration (Issue tracker management Type: mantis (Interface: soap)), but I have a "standard Mantis installation", as shown in the example
<username>[my username, not a e-mail]</username>
I managed to upload my first test cases now. I stumbled also over the xml_ko a couple of times. At the end, I could nail it down to a control character in the name of one test case (don't know how it got there) and an ampersand in the name of another.
Checking the warnings and errors in "Events" helped quite a bit. For 'strange' characters I got and could ...
As others have said, it's free. There are no licensing costs, and in my experience the time costs of learning and using the tool well are comparable with any other tool regardless of license cost.
It's also open to modification, which means if there's a programmer with the right skillset, you can add features you need, customize at the source code and ...
I think its because its free of costs.
When evaluation test-case management tools in the past we put TestLink aside pretty fast, it felt clumsy and also its looks & feel was horrible.
We eventually settled on TestRail, but as I was not part of the manual test teams I don't know if they are really happy with it. But functionally it felt good, I did some ...
We started our research on the tool which I could integrate with JIRA and came to a conclusion that testlink is free tool and why we do not try it.
After comparing some of the paid tools, I found TESTLINK is the best one to go with.
I integrated successfully and later started exploring testlink end to end according to my knowledge it helped us in mapping ...
We've succesfully integrated TestLink 1.9.10 with Jira in the Cloud. My configuration for the issue tracker record in TestLink is:
<!-- Template jirarestInterface -->
You can export the complete test cases to an xml file and then replace all Manual keyword with the Automated Keyword(You can do the bulk replace by using any of the text editor). Then again import these test cases to the test link.
This is happening because your test case is unique and tracking back to the original test case which you don't want to edit/modify.
What you have to do is copy and create a new one and edit that. This will then not have mapping to the original script written
If you have only 6 test cases to copy, you can copy them only going to each case in Test Specification, select then one by one, and click in Copy / Move, it will give you the option to Copy or to Move. Only copy them to another folder and voilá!
For 10 or more test cases (manually it take more than 3 minutes), it will be better upgrade to test link 1.9.16, ...
I am not sure, will this answer fulfill your question, but will give a workaround.
In TestLink - you can add 'Test Scenario' as customized field, so that you can see a 'Scenario' field in Preconditions of Test case.
Did a quick Google search and you can export the tests from TestLink into an XML format. You can then open this XML with Excel and use the Office Import capability in Silk Central to import the test cases.
It took me very long to go to the root cause, the issue lies at- https daemon does not have access to file in concern due to SELinux policies. So simple chown, chmod would not help(group and user access). For 1.16 I resolved it with re-installing with sudo user, but for upgrade, an issue arises again even with sudo user.
And resolved issue by executing ...
Might have below problem in : config.inc.php
First of all restart Apache httpd service and try again to install.
Change path as per below :
$g_repositoryPath = 'C:/xampp/htdocs/testlink/upload_area/';
$tlCfg->log_path = 'C:/xampp/htdocs/testlink/logs/';
And restart Apache httpd service and try again.
Note : Windows copied path is not working as ...
I haven't used TestLink a lot but, as per what I have used it seems not feasible. Because you can assign test cases only to a Role-User (a person generally from Tester role) for execution and update, but it can't be assigned only to a Role.
For resolving your issue and for achieving what you are trying to do, you can create a dummy user (Passive user) which ...
Yes it is possible. The most recent is displayed as the current result. But you will see both in the execution history.
The second user should execute the test in the exact same way as the first user. I.e select the result state and click save or save and next.
If they can't I would check the second user has access to execute tests on that plan / project....
There is a possibility to export the test suite from Project 1 as an XML file. And import the XML file Test suite to the Project 2. You will find test cases in the Project 2. I suggest you to read the this official document about how to import/export test cases.
Update: As you are importing test cases with the same External ID's, try to remove external ID ...
Ok, first of all it's a freeware tool, but then...?
How could I first convince
myself and then my boss to use TestLink instead of something else?
As other people have said, you first need to understand what are you looking for then you can write down a comparison matrix between all test management tools you are evaluating.
Then, after filling the ...
There isn't any built in support for TestLink (source). You could integrate it manually through VB or C# code (coded step) where when a test fails, it does whatever you want it to (Ex., Upload the test result via an API POST method). I would try the TestLink forums to get help with that if it's a route you want to explore.
Other than that, copy+paste!
Here is one link which I followed to connect TestLink with JIRA
This may also help you out
You can not, since, in theory you can not start executing test cases until you have some kind of a test plan in place. Not to say that it doesn't happen. I have worked in a couple of projects where we were asked to create and start executing test cases without any prior design/plan.
If it's just the count of test cases you need, you can get the "total" ...