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HP Quality Center is Web based Test Management tool. We can access Quality Center over the internet or intranet, via a Web browser. It involves interrelated steps such as defining release, developing requirement, designing and execution of tests, monitoring and reporting defects. Quality Center or Application Life Cycle Management(ALM) simplifies and organizes application management by giving us systematic control over the process.
It helps in creating framework and foundation for application management workflow. Quality center features a system for organizing and tracking application release, enabling us to align business priorities and quality expectation with our project’s requirement, test and defects.
Requirement Trace-ability matrix is matrix to map between requirements and test cases or test scenarios. The traceability matrix links a business requirement to its corresponding functional requirement Traceability Matrix (RTM) is updated by Development and Testing teams and used by stake holders of the project to check if all the requirements are addressed, implemented and Tested. Traceability Matrix allows forward or backward tracking of Business requirement, Functional Requirement, Design Code and Testing.
Traceability Matrix is a living document that would be updated whenever there are approved additions or changes to Business / Functional Requirements, Design, Unit / Integration / Functional Test Cases and Defects.
The Quality Center modules are:
Management Module: This module includes following sub modules:
There are six tables accessible to user via QC’s customized project interface:
Requirement Traceability defines a relationship between two or more requirements. When analyzing the impact of a change proposed in specific requirements, the traceability links indicate the other requirements in the requirements tree; we can establish traceability between the requirements.
Using this tab in the Requirement Details view, you can add traceability link to and from selected requirement. Trace from links indicates requirements that affect a selected requirement. Trace to links indicates requirements that are affected by a selected requirement. When a requirement change QC alerts the affected requirements this can be seen by all users. QC sends email notification to the authors of the affected requirements.
Yes we can convert and also generate test case from the requirements.
There are two methods we can use to generate tests from the requirements:
Version Control helps us to keep track of changes made to entities in our project including requirements. In this we can create and manage QC entities while maintaining previous version of those entities in requirements.
To make changes in an entity in a version control enabled project, first we have to check out the entity. When we check out an entity, QC locks the entity, preventing other users from overwriting any changes we make. The checked out version of the entity is not visible to the other user.
We can check out an entity in the following ways:
Yes we can create QTP test from QC but we must first make sure QTP has the ability to execute tests from Quality Center. Please ensure the following option in QTP Run Settings is enabled:
When QTP is enabled, follow the below steps to schedule and execute tests from Quality Center:
Purge Run is used to delete old test run result in project. By default Purge Run delete all the run result in the selected test sets. Purge run can be used to:
Test set notification is used to inform specified user. We can instruct QC to send email to a specified user if any of the following events occurs for a test set:
Using host Manager we can run test on a host connected to our network. Using the Host Manager Dialog box we can create a list of available host for test execution and also organize hosts into groups to be used for a specific project.
Following condition must be kept in mind before executing test on remote host:
We can link a test in our test plan to a specific defect in the Defect Grid. This is useful, for example, when a new test is created specifically for a known defect. By creating a linking, we can determine if the test should be run based on the status of the defect. We can also link the defect to other entities, such as requirements. A defect can be linked directly or indirectly to an entity.
When we add a defect link to an entity, QC adds a direct link to this entity and indirect link to other related entities. When we link a defect to run step, it adds an indirect link to its run, test instance, test set and test. If the same test is covered by a requirement, an indirect link is also added to the requirement, but indirect linkage is one directional flow.
Matching Defects enables us to eliminate duplicate or similar defects in project. When we add a new defect, QC stores list of keywords from the Summary and Description Fields. When we search for similar defects, keywords in these fields are matched against other defects. Keywords are more than two characters and they are not case sensitive. We have two methods to conduct search of similar defects.
Defect Tracking means locating and repairing application defect efficiently. Defects can be added or detected to project by the users during all stages of application management process. The defect tracking workflow consists of following:
We can generate reports any time during the testing process from each QC module, using default or customized setting. We can apply filters and sort conditions, and display information according to our specification. Following types are reports are available to us in QC:
Following types are reports are available to us in QC:
Features of QC are listed below:
After completing the test cases, we do:
For mapping the requirement with test cases we do:
1. In requirements tab select coverage view
2. Select requirement by clicking on parent/child or grandchild
3. On right hand side (In coverage view window) another window will appear. It has two tabs:
Test coverage tab will be selected by default or you click on it.
4. Click on select tests button a new window will appear on right hand side and you will see a list of all tests. You cans elect any test case you want to map with your requirements.
We can use Filter on Quality Center data to display only those record that meets the criteria that we define. We can assign a single item (such as failed) or logical expression (such as Passed or Failed) to a filter. Only record meeting all the criteria of the filter appear in the grid or tree. In addition, we can define multiple filters.
For example, we can define the Status filter as Failed and the tester as “Rohit or Mayank”. Only test runs performed by Rohit and Mayank are displayed.
We delete a folder or test from the test plan tree. When we delete a folder, we can choose to delete the folder only, or the folder, its subfolders, and test. If we choose to delete the folder only, all the tests are moved to unattached folder in the test plan tree. If we choose to delete a folder and test, all subfolder and test under the selected folder are deleted permanently. If we delete a test, the test and test script are deleted permanently.
When we convert the requirements to test in a specified subject in the test plan tree where as in generating test case, the test case generates from requirements are stored in a specified subject in a test plan tree and a specific test set in Test Lab module. And by default we cannot generate a test for the following, which do not enable to coverage:
No, Not Covered status means all those requirements for which the test cases are not written where as Not Run status means all those requirements for which test cases are written but are not run.
A library represents a collection of entities in a QC, including their relationship to each other. When dealing with many similar projects, it offers the advantage of not having repeatedly created entities. Libraries can be imported form Project A into Project B, compare against each other, or even synchronized.
A library also allows one to collect the same entities as in versioning. With Quality Center Premier Edition, defects are not included, but they can be shared with the new HP Quality Center Synchronizer manually among several QC project.
When we create a QC project, We need to store and manage the data generated and collected by Quality Center. Each project is supported by a database that stores project information.
The following database application could be used to store and manage Quality Center information:
Test lab is a part of Quality Centre where we can execute our test on different cycles creating test tree for each one of them. We need to add test to these test trees from the tests, which are placed under test plan in the project. Internally Quality Centre will refer to this test while running then in the test lab.
This is how you do it
Analysis -> reports -> standard requirements report
Yes go to Add-In menu Quality Centre, find the excel add-In, and install it in your machine.
Now open excel, you can find the new menu option export to Quality Centre. Rest of the procedure is self explanatory.
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