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Test Cases Dashboards

In the test cases library, a dashboard appears on the consultation page when selecting items. There are two types of dashboards: the default dashboard and a custom dashboard. You can choose which type of dashboard you would like to display by clicking on the button [Favorite] or [Default].

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The dashboard automatically appears when you select a project or a folder.
When you select multiple items (projects, folders, test cases), you must refresh the dashboard to display it.

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For more information on custom dashboards, please visit the page Custom Dashboards.

Charts

The test cases default dashboard contains 4 charts:

  • Chart 'Links to Requirements'

Test cases are divided according to whether they are related to none, one, or multiple requirements. This chart is very useful to verify the functional coverage of the app and it enables you to identify the test cases that are not covering any requirement.

  • Chart 'Status'

Test cases are divided according to their progress. This chart enables you to have an overview of the test cases' progress.

  • Chart 'Importance'

Test cases are divided according to their importance.

  • Chart 'Test Steps'

Test cases are divided according to their number of test steps. This chart enables you to control the homogeneity of the size of the test cases in order to better understand the load. It also enables you to quickly identify test cases that do not have any test steps and therefore cannot be executed.

Test Cases workspace default dashboard

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Gherkin test cases are regarded as having no test steps. Therefore, they are located in the "TC with no test step" section.

Accessing the Search Page

When clicking on part of a default dashboard's chart, a search page appears along with the preselected criteria and results corresponding to that part of the chart.

For example:
On the "Test Steps" chart, a search page appears when clicking on the "TC with no test step" part with the criteria "Number of test steps: Equal 0".
By clicking on the button Bouton d'Ă©dition or the button Bouton dossier you can directly modify the test case by adding test steps.

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This feature is not available for custom dashboards.

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