Managing Planned Test Runs

Planned Tests refer to a set of organized Test Cases arranged in a specific order for Test Execution. The primary objective of a Planned Test Run is to ensure that all the necessary Test Cases are executed systematically.

Each Planned Test Run is linked to a Jira Issue or a Test Folder in Vansah.

You can arrange Test Cases within the Planned Test Run in a particular order for Execution.

You can assign the available Test Cases within a Planned Test Run to different Testers.

To learn how to create a Planned Test Run refer to the page link Creating a Planned Test Run

What you can do within a Planned Test Run

1. Re-order Test Cases: Drag and drop each Test Case to suit the order of your Test Execution.

2. Manage Test Case Properties: Modify Test Case properties, such as (Assignee, Priority, Linked Issues, and Linked Test Folders).

3. Re-arrange Columns: The columns inside the Test Grid can be re-arranged as per user preference.

4. View Script: Expand the Test Case to view the Test Script.

5. Add a New Test Case: Create a new Test Case within the current Planned Test Run

6. Link Test Cases from any Project: Link an existing Test Case to the current Planned Test Run from the current or a Foreign Project. You can select from all the Jira Projects within your permissions.

7. Step by step Test Execution: Follow the Test Case script and record Actual Results and attachments for each Step to Execute the Planned Test Run.

8. Quick Test: Perform a Quick Test to update Test Case Results.

9. Create new Linked Issue: Create an Issue/ Bug linked to a Test Case from your Planned Test Run.

10. Test Iterations: Create Multiple Test Iterations for the same Planned Test Run.

11. Delete a Test Iteration: You can Delete any unwanted Test Iterations from the settings.

12. View Report: View Test Summary Report from the Report Tab. Report will be based on the latest Test Execution results.

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