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Vansah Test Management For Jira – Quick Start Guide

As you begin your journey with Vansah, a seamless and complete Native Testing app for Jira and Confluence Cloud, you’ll discover a powerful tool that integrates within your Atlassian workspace. With Vansah, you have the ability to support the entire testing life cycle and unlock a range of incredible features.

This guide is designed to help you navigate the basics and get started with Vansah instantly. For more information please refer to Vansah’s Testing process documented here.

Vansah offers numerous features that will streamline your testing process, including: 

Let’s embark on this exciting journey together and unlock the full potential of your Testing!

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How to Create a Test Case

A Test Case is a guide for testing a specific scenario based on the given requirements. It breaks down the requirements into individual steps to be tested. Once the Test Cases are created, they are executed to check if they pass or fail. Vansah provides multiple options for creating Test Cases, allowing users to easily manage and edit test steps.

Learn more about creating Test Cases in Vansah, refer to Creating a Test Case – Vansah Docs.

How to Edit a Test Case

Once you have created a Test Case, you can easily edit it to add a Description and Test Script (Steps). To do this, you can click on the Test Case in the list view and open it in editable mode. From there, you can add the necessary details such as the description of the test case and the steps to be followed.

For a more detailed guide, please refer to Managing Test Case Steps in Vansah – Vansah Docs.

How to Edit a Test Case during a Test Run

The ability to edit Test Cases during Test Runs is a useful feature supported by Vansah. It allows testers to make on-the-fly adjustments to the Test Cases and having a choice to reflect your Test Cases changes within any in-progress Test Run. This feature can be particularly beneficial when conducting exploratory testing, where testers have a more flexible and adaptive approach. Being able to modify Test Cases during Test Runs enables them to quickly react to any issues or unexpected behaviour encountered during testing.

How to Execute a Test Case

First, create and edit a test case that outlines the application’s functionalities and expected results.

Second, execute the test case by following the steps provided to physically verify if the given scenario is working correctly or not. You need to grade the test case as Passed or Failed based on the actual outcome. For example, if the test case says ‘Verify the user can log into a web page’, you need to verify if the user is able to log in or not.

Finally, raise a bug to report any defects or bugs found during testing. By mastering these functions, you can scrutinize software functionality, identify defects, and contribute to the quality assurance process. You can easily edit Test Cases in Vansah to add descriptions and test scripts.

For more information on executing a Test Case in Vansah, refer to the provided links.

How to raise a Defect

When you execute a test case, there may be instances where the functionality doesn’t work as expected, resulting in a failed scenario. For example, if a user fails to log in when they should be able to, you would mark this test case as failed because the actual result doesn’t match the expected result. This indicates a defect or bug in the software. It’s important to record these defects systematically so they can be tracked and resolved.

To learn how to raise a defect in Vansah, refer to How to raise a Defect – Vansah Docs.

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