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Weighting of test cases


Does anybody know how to use weighting of test cases in Solution Manager?

In the Central Test Workbench settings (Transaction STWB_SET ) its an option called "Weighting of Test Cases" We would like to use this functionality, but can't figure out how to use it.

Does anybody know?

Even better, does it exist any description?


Are H Vestrum

Edited by: Are H Vestrum on Jun 16, 2008 2:07 PM

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 01:57 PM

    Hi Are,

    F1 Value help shows for a new entry:

    Profile Weighting Test Status


    Profiles, which are later put in the test plan attributes, are specified in the transaction STWB_SET. They are a prerequisite for putting the weighting and test plan consistency settings under an attribute.


    To be able to weight a test case in a test plan, a factor is assigned to a test case priority in the transaction STWB_SET. This visualizes the relevance of a test case in a test plan, in the status analysis.

    Test plan consistency

    The test plan consistency is an analysis of the dependency between a test case status and it messages, according to the message attributes Priority and Status. The test plan consistency settings are also made in the transaction STWB_SET.

    Weighting allows value from 1-9.

    Greetings from Walldorf,


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    • Former Member

      Thank you Ruediger,

      nice to hear from You again.

      I will try to use this functionality, but it's hard to find out HOW it´s supposed to work even with the description in the help section.

      If someone have experience in defining Profiles and do wighting of test cases it would be interessting with some information.

      Greetings from Denmark,


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