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Creating an Advanced Test Plan in Vansah

An advanced Test Plan in Vansah is an enhanced feature allowing users to incorporate any number of Jira issues (requirements) including Test Folders (cycles) into a single Test Plan.  The Test Plan is used to manage the test execution of all Test Cases that belong to each Jira issue or Test Folder from a single reportable view.

The Advanced Test Plan is visible from the Test Plan tab in the Vansah Board and can be distinguished from other standard test plans by the Test Tube-like image along with the number of requirements (Jira issues) shown in the requirements column.

You can manage requirements within the Test Plan (Jira issues  and Test Folders) for testing by changing the position, including the test execution order for each Test Case available within the requirement.

Follow these steps to create an Advanced Test Plan in Vansah for your Jira project:

  1. Go to your Jira project

  2. Select Vansah from the left-hand side

  3. From the Vansah Board, click on the “Test Plans” option.

  4. Click on the “Create” button and choose “Advanced Test Plan” from the options provided.

  5. Give your Test Plan a name

    • Provide a name for your test plan that clearly identifies its purpose.
  6. Add your requirements

    • Choose the Jira issues or Test Folders you want to include in the test plan by using either a list, filter, or JQL.
  7. Select Create to finalize and create your Advanced Test Plan.

  8. Open your new Advanced Test Plan

    • Your Advanced Test Plan will be visible from the Test Plan tab in your Vansah board. 
    • It can be distinguished from other standard test plans by the Test Tube-like image in the requirements column, along with the number of requirements (Jira issues)
  9. Requirements can be re-positioned based on Test Execution order. 
  10. Open the requirement and expand Test Cases which need to be executed within the Plan.