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Test case in sequence: assigned to more than 1 tester possible??

Dear all,

I'm looking for a way to have a test case in a test sequence assigned to two testers.

In the test management (STWB_2) we created test plans and test packages.

Those packages contain multiple test cases, which should be tested in a specific order.

Therefore, we create test sequences for most of the test packages/cases.

Now we experience, that we can assign only one single tester to a specific test case, and no other tester can execute the test (e.g. in case of illness).

As we have too many test cases and testers, so that we do not want manually change the assignment, we are looking for a solution.

Is there any way to have test sequences in place and still have mutliple testers for one test case?

Any help would be appreciated.


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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2013 at 10:52 AM

    Hi Jan,

    Did you check: Assigning Testers at Test Case Level - SAP Solution Manager - SAP Library ?


    1. Start the Test Plan Management.
    2. Select the test plan you want to edit (either from the input help or your favorites) and choose Test Packages (Test Packages).You go to the test package management screen.
    3. Choose Sequences (Sequences).You go to the screen for editing test sequences and assigning testers.
    4. Click on a test package and choose Change.The system lists the assigned test cases in change mode.
    5. To assign a tester to a test case, you can:
      • Use Assign Testers
        1. Select a tester for the test package.
        2. Select a test case in the list.
        3. Click on Assign Tester.
      • Use the input help in the Tester field
      • Use direct input in the Tester field
        1. Enter a tester.
        2. Choose the user type.
    6. Save your entries.

    regards Dino

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