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How to execute a Test Plan Run

To execute a Test Plan Run, please create it in advance. A new Test Plan Run should be created every time a Test Plan needs to be executed. This allows to track the history of Test Plan’s executions.

To start a Test Plan Run execution, do the following:

  1. Open a detailed view for the Test Plan
  2. Go to the Runs tab
  3. Select the Test Plan Run you want to execute. Or, add a new one if it is required
  4. Click Run button

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You will be automatically forwarded to a Test Plan Run view and the next Test Case Run will be opened. Here you can go through Test Cases and specify a run result for each of them.

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For every Test Step you can specify it’s run result: Passed or Failed.

When all the Test Steps have been executed, you can select one of 3 run results for the whole Test Case:

  • Passed - a test case has been passed successfully
  • Failed - there are some issues related to this test case
  • Skipped - a test case will be executed later

Choose a Test Case Run result and click ‘Next Test Case’ button to move to the next test case run execution.

There is a Note field available on a test case run view, so that you can add any comments, notes and actual test case results to this field if required. A Note field becomes required, when a Failed test case run result is selected.

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You can add images to the Note field dragging and dropping them from a finder.

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You can also create a bug, if it was found during a test plan execution.

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Any moment you can make a pause in a test plan execution process and Complete or Change Run later if required.

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When all the test case runs in a test plan run have been executed, a test plan run can be moved to its final state. Any changes to a test plan run after the run has been moved to its final state are forbidden; these test plan runs are read-only.

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