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Once installed, Testy plugin allows you to create and maintain a special type of Structure column called "Test Run". You can exploit Structure's ability to manage hierarchical lists to build up testsheets, and Structure. Testy lets you to quickly mark and see test steps statuses in step results in separate column.

Adding Test Runs to the Structure

 

Tip

Once you have prepared a test sheet in separate structure, it's good idea to create a separate view as well.

That's because test runs visible on screen are defined by column configuration, which is saved within view.

Adding test run coumns is done through standard add column dialog. To add a column, click on the + button at the right corner of the table header. A drop-down with available column presets appears. Scroll down to see Testy group of columns

Either of them will create a Test Run column, which could be changed to display any available test run later.

Creating Test Run

Choose Create new test run... from column list or column configuration dialog to create new test run. Please enter the name of test run, which will describe the run, e.g. "Test Pass 1 12/03/2014 Chrome 33.0". The name of test run should be unique for each structure, while different structures can have test runs with same name.

Press enter or icon to save created test run. If name is invalid, it will let you know.

Choosing exsiting test run

You can choose one of already existing test runs, associated with particular structure by adding Existing test run... column to the widget and chossing from a drop-down list in column configuration dialog. This dialog will also let you change name of the run or delete it completely.

Tip

Please note, that if you remove the column itself using footer icon, it doesn't does NOT delete test run. You can add a new column and choose this test run again later. If you delete test run itself, all associated statuses test results are gone forever.

 

By default, the drop-down list displays only test runs which are associated with current structure. Though you can also decide to add some test data for displayed issues, which are associated with another structure. To do this, you must start typing test run name, then you will be able to choose it. Test run modification permissions are tied to structure permissions, so it may be available only in read-only mode to you.

 

Changing Test Step StatusesResults

Once you created a new or existing test run column, you can start setting test step statusesresults. To do so, simply click on the empty space or already displayed statusresult, corresponding to specific issue. A status result selector popup will be displayed. Choose one accordingly.

If you change status for result for any group issue, this will actually change status result for the whole sub-tree of all its children.

Test Run Column Display Options

 

By default, group issue status is test result is displayed as a distribution of its children statusesresults. You may choose to display it as single status value by unchecking Break down status counts for groups options. The single group status which result by unchecking Show Numbers options. In this case, it is calculated by the following rules:

  • if all included statuses are PASSED (save for possibly a few SKIPPED), the group status result is PASSED
  • if at least one included status result is FAILED, the group status result is FAILED
  • if at least one included status result is BLOCKED, the group status result is BLOCKED
  • if all included statuses results are SKIPPED, the group status result is SKIPPED
  • otherwise it's ambigious and not considered ambiguous and isn't displayed at all