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testing through sol manager

Hi guys,

we are doing unit testing through solution manager. WE want to attach a test script (word document) in the solution manager and want to record the results in this document. Can we edit the document attached in sol manager?

How can we attach a document like this

can anybody helpme out?

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    Posted on May 21, 2008 at 01:55 PM

    Hi Sai Vineeth,

    If you are carrying out Tests - one against each of the Test Cases, it is very simple and straight forward.

    Once you click on the status symbol to change the traffic light, it will take you to a screen where you can record the status and also create a Test Note, Message etc.

    Click on Test Note and it would allow you to copy the Test Case as it is. You can only maintain one Test Note against a Test Case. That's the only limitation I can see.

    Once the document has been copied as a Test Note, this can be opened in a 'change' mode and one can maintain actual Test results in the document, in the designated column/ space provided for and save the Test Note.

    All such Test Notes, created against respective Test Cases, will get included in the Test Report, if you choose to generate one, at Test Package or Plan level.

    Prerequisites:

    In the Test Plan (when you created first) against the section called Test Note, you should have chosen a Document Type that's relevant and available to use - say, a customised Document Type called Test Note, with *.Doc as file extension

    I hope this clarifies and solves your problem. Please feel free to ask any other info.

    Best regards,

    Srini

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2008 at 11:02 AM

    solved

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