Final two videos in the Test Case Execution Records series

Dan has finished the final two videos in his series on Test Case Execution Records.  You can find them on YouTube following the links below:

Test Case Execution Records Part 5:
Generating Test Case Execution Records: Variations
Generating Test Case Execution Records: Variations examines generating test case execution records without specifying iterations, test environments, and a test plan.

Test Case Execution Records Part 6:
Running Test Case Execution Records and Generating Test Results
Running Test Case Execution Records and Generating Test Results shows how to:

  • Run tests using generated test case execution records and completing their test scripts.
  • Generate multiple test results in bulk without executing test scripts.
  • Find all execution records for a single iteration that have failed, passed, or not been run.
  • Work with test case execution records in a test plan as well as in a test case.

This series of videos is an excellent resource for anyone adopting Rational Quality Manager.

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3 thoughts on “Final two videos in the Test Case Execution Records series

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  2. Is there any videos on the Test Execution Results explaining the various sections. Thank you very much for your videos. They are very helpful and very well explained!

    • Hi, Elizabeth,

      I am not aware of any videos that cover the individual sections and fields. Some sections are provided purely for documentation purposes (i.e. TEST OBJECTIVES). Other sections and fields have very specific purposes and impact how RQM will behave (i.e. STATES or TEST CASES). The Knowledge Center touches on the intent for some of the fields, but also keep in mind that Rational Quality Manager is highly customizable. You can add / remove sections to your liking and even create your own sections for your unique requirements.

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