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Can I Test the Test Package Created in SolMan Directly from ECC?

Hi,

the test plan and test packages are created in Solution Manager. The Test Packages are comprised of transactions (on ECC).

(The business scenarios and processes are defined in Solar01, ECC is defined as logical component and assigned to every tx, the test case description is uploaded in Solar02,...)

The needed Trusted RFC (to enable the tester to start the tx from within SolMan) is running late, but I can see that STWB_WORK tx is also available in ECC.

Of course - when I open it in ECC (logged on as a test user - defined in test package in SolMan) the test package is empty in ECC.

What kind of connection is there within STWB_WORK in ECC and SolMan?

Can one somehow "transfer" the packages from SM to ECC, so the tester can start to test the transactions from ECC directly?

Is it possible to see the results and status overview in SolMan during and after testing?

Thank you in advance,

cheers,

Nenad

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    Sep 18, 2009 at 09:59 AM

    Hi

    You getting confused between old ECC test workbench and Solution Manager Test workbench.

    Test workbench is present there from r/3 version onwards.

    When you are performing testing via solman then you have to use the test packages assign to you in STWB_WORK which has the relevant transaction and doc for you to test

    here you upload the test result and update status .Later any PM can generate report for overall testing including entire landscape and not one system.

    But remember it has got no connection to ur r/3 workbench

    The diff between 2 is...solman test workbench is for entire landscape including BI R/3 ECC any other system ...but in r/3 etc the workbench is alone and obsolete now is used for standalone testing.

    Hope it carifies ur doubt completely

    Regards

    Prakhar

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