Design tab -- Right click -> go to save as -> select excel and save it Requirement tab -- Right click on main req/ click on export/ save as word, excel or other template. This would save all the child requirement. Test plan tab-- only individual test can be exported. No parent--child export is possible.Select a test script. click on the design steps tab. right click anywhere on the open window. click on export and save as.... Test lab tab-- select a child group. Click on execution grid if it is not selected. right click anywhere . default save option is excel. but can be saved in doc and other formats. select 'all' or 'selected' option. defects tab -- right click anywhere on the window, export all or 'selected' defects and save excel sheet or document.
This is how you do it:
1. Open the test director project.
2. Display the requirements module.
3. Chose report Analysis > Reports > Standard Requirements Report.
Yes. Create your req. structure. Create the test case structure and the test cases Map the testcases to the apr. req. Run and report bugs from your test cases in the test lab module. The database structure in TD is mapping testcase to defects, only if you have created the bug from the apr. test case. Maybe you can update the mapping by using some code in the bug script module (from the customize project funktion), as fare as I know, its not possible to map defects directly to an req.
Test Lab can be used to create a test set. You can add one or many test cases into a test set. Then run all test cases in a test set together and change the status as pass/fail.
This function is for getting datatable(excel sheet) in test director. Try to use it and as vbs file and call this function to get ur datatable. GetAttachment(FileName, OutPath) FileName The name of the attachment that needs to be copied OutPath The folder location where the file needs to be stored Return value The full path where the file has been copied on the local file system Example: FilePath = GetAttachment("test.pdf", "C:") MsgBox "Your file is here:" & FilePath The GetAttachmentFromTest finds the attachment associated to the given test name and stores it in a local folder. GetAttachmentFromTest(TestName, FileName, OutPath) TestName The name of the test where the attachment is located FileName The name of the attachment that need to be copied OutPath The folder location where the file needs to be stored Return value The full path where the file has been copied on the local file system
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