Test Case Management

This document provides information on how to create and manage test cases in the TESTaide application

 

To be able to manage test plans, you will need to have the correct permissions, such as Project Manager or Create Plan/TC … . For more information, please refer to Global Permissions.

TESTaide can generate and manage test cases in the following ways.

Test case management via the Test Case page

The current document guides you through this way of test case management.

In this way, you can:

  • Create test cases and later add them to the test plan or test suites

  • Copy test cases from one project to another

  • Create test cases with by the Excel sheet importing function

Test case management via the Test Plan page

To read the guide for this way of test case management, click the link above.

In this way, you can:

  • Create test cases and directly add them to the test plan

  • Add existing test case to the test plan

  • Add existing test case from a test suite to the test plan

 

 

Create Test Case

To create a test case for a project, follow these steps:

Note that all the steps with (*) are required to enter.

  1. On the TESTaide homepage, select the project that you want to create a test case for.

  2. Select the 'Test Cases' menu on the left sidebar.

  3. On the test case page, click the ‘Create Test Case’ button.

  4. In the test case creation page, enter the following information.

    • Category : Choose a predefined category of test case

    • Test Case Name* : The maximum length for the name is 50 characters.

    • Test Case type : Choose between manual and auto

      • The ‘Manual’ type is … (to be edited further with feature information)

      • The ‘Auto’ type is … (to be edited further with feature information). The ‘Auto’ type is only available for the Pro edition of TESTaide.

      • Note that you cannot change the type after the test case has been created.

    • Priority

    • Requirement : Requirements defined in Jira (multiple inputs possible)

    • Tags : By using tags, you can search for plans using the Tag Search on the navigation bar to quickly find the plan.

      • Note that you can enter multiple tags by pressing the Enter button on your keyboard after each tag.

    • Pre-Condition : Precondition for testing

    • Attachments

  5. Continue the test case creation by clicking the ‘Test Case Save’ button on the top right of the page. This will redirect you to the next part in the test case creation process where you will create the actual test step/script.

  6. According to the test case type, refer to the corresponding guide for the process to create the steps/script for the test case.

To add a test case to a test plan, refer to the ‘Add Test Case’ section in this guide (Test Case In Test Plan).


Copy Test Case From Other Projects

To copy test cases from one other project to another, follow these steps:

  1. On the TESTaide homepage, select the project that contains the test case(s) that you want to copy.

  2. Select the 'Test Cases' menu on the left sidebar.

  3. From the list of test cases, select the test case you want to copy.

  4. On the test case detail page, click the ‘More’ button on the top right. When the drop-down menu appears, select the ‘Test Case Copy’ option.

  5. In the pop-up window, select the project you want to copy the test case to.

  6. Click the ‘Copy Test Case’ button at the bottom to complete copying the project.


Edit Test Case

To edit the information of a test case, follow these steps:

  1. On the TESTaide homepage, select the project that contains the test case you want to edit.

  2. Select the 'Test Cases' menu on the left sidebar.

  3. From the list of test cases, select the test case you want to edit.

  4. On the test case detail page, click the ‘More’ button on the top right of the page. When the drop-down menu appears, select the ‘Test Case Edit’ option.

  5. In the pop-up window, edit the information you want.

    1. Note that you cannot change the type of the test case.

  6. Click the 'Save' button at the bottom to save the changes.


Delete Test Case

To remove test case(s) from a project, follow these steps:

  1. On the TESTaide homepage, select the project that contains the test case(s) you want to remove.

  2. Select the 'Test Cases' menu on the left sidebar.

  3. From the list of test cases, select the test case that you want to remove.

  4. On the test case detail page, click the ‘More’ button on the top right. When the drop-down menu appears, select the ‘Test Case Delete’ option.

  5. When the pop-up window appears, click the 'OK' button to complete the deletion.


Add Test Case With Excel Import

Column

TC Key

Priority

1Level Cate

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10Level Cate

TC Name

Requirements

Tags

Pre-Condition

Test Step

Test Data

Expected Result

Filed

Test Case Key

Priority

Category of test case

Test Case Name

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To import test steps via the Excel sheet import function, follow these steps:

  1. On the TESTaide homepage, select the project that you import test cases for.

  2. Select the 'Test Cases' menu on the left sidebar.

  3. In the test case page, click the ‘More’ button on the top right. When the drop-down menu appears, select ‘Download excel template’.

  4. After downloading the Excel template, open the file with an eligible program, such as Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets, and enter the following information.

    • When creating a new test case, enter the following information:

      • TC Key

      • Priority

      • Category (Level 1-10)

      • TC Name

      • Requirements

      • Tags

      • Test Step

      • Test Data

      • Expected Results

    • Add test steps to test cases that was already created.

      • Enter Test Step below the upper test case.

      • When selecting a test case, select it together with the parent test case

  5. On the test case page, click the ‘More’ button on the top right. When the drop-down menu appears, select the ‘Create Test Case by import Excel’ option.

  6. On the pop-up window, click the ‘Choose File’ button, select the Excel file you created, and click the 'Create Test Case by import excel' button.

  7. On the import page, select test cases you want to import by checking the box and click the ‘Excel Import’ to complete the import.