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The following table highlights the main differences between Test Director 8.0 and Quality Center 8.0. Subject Technology Test Director 8.0 Quality Center 8.0
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C++ IIS COM
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Back-end is Java based Runs on application servers
Microsoft Windows Red Hat Linux Solaris
Clustering Database Connectivity
Single server only
Full clustering support
Requires database client installation ADO interface
Does not require database client installation Direct access to a database server using a JDBC type 4 driver
Koinmnm Repository Domain repository (TD_Dir). Repository divided into two subdirectories:
Virtual Directory Virtual directory name is tdbin
QC directory for default and user-defined domains. SA directory for Site Administrator data Quality Center server virtual directory name is qcbin. Site Administrator server virtual directory name is sabin. Microsoft SQL Oracle
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Microsoft Access Microsoft SQL Oracle Sybase
Site Administrator Data (domains, projects, and users) Common Settings User Authentication
Data stored in the doms.mdb file Data stored in the file system Windows authentication
Data stored in the Site Administrator schema on a database server Data stored in the database LDAP authentication
How will you generate the defect ID in test director? Is it generated automatically or not?
Click on the New Defect to post the defect in the issues section and add the description, Summary, details of the defect like O/s, to whom the defect is concerned , severity and the product version etc and click on the submit button - the defect Id is generated automatically.
How many versions are there in Test Director? 1) When did Test Director 8.0 has released? 2) What's the difference between Test Director 7.0 and 8.0?
There are many versions starting from 5.0,6.0,7.0,8.0,9.0,and latest 10.0 TD 8.0 was released in the year 2006 I guess TD 9.0 was released in the year April 2007. In 5.0, 6.0, 7.0 there is no requirement tab. after that it was included. In 8.0 there is a requirement tab and the difference between the 7.0 and 8.0 is requirements tab The difference between 8.0 and 9.0 is the defects tab in 8.0 is changed to issues tab and there is an enhancement with the menu options.
How many types of reports can be generated using Test Director?
Reports on Test Director display information about test requirements, the test plan, test runs, and defect tracking. Reports can be generated from each Test Director module using the default settings, or you can customize them. When customizing a report, you can apply filters and sort conditions, and determine the layout of the fields in the report. You can further customize the report by adding sub-reports. You can save the settings of your reports as favourite views and reload them as needed. Reports available in Requirements Module: Standard Requirements: Tabular Requirements with Coverage tests Requirements with coverage tests and steps Requirements with associated defects Reports available in Test plan module:
Standard test planning Subject tree Tests with design steps Tests with covered requirements Tests with associated defects Reports available in test Lab module: Current test set Cross test set Cross test set with tests Current test set with failed test runs Cross test set with failed test runs Reports available in Defects module: Standard defects Tabular defects Defects with associated tests and runs Fixed or rejected defects Fixed or rejected defects detected by current user Opened defects and assigned to current user
How to import data from an excel sheet to Test director?
1. Install Excel Addin 2. Select the Rows in Excel which u want Upload to TD 3. Then Select Export to Test Director option Under Tools Menu
How many tabs are in test director?
There are 4 tabs available in Test director. 1. Requirement -> to track the customer requirements
2. Testplan -> to design the test cases & to store the test scripts 3. Testlab -> to execute the test sets & track the results 4. Defect -> to log a defect & to track the logged defects
How can we add requirements to test cases in Test director?
Just we can use the option of add requirement. Two kinds of requirements are available in TD. 1. Parent requirement 2. Child requirement Parent requirement is nothing but Title of the requirements its covers high level functions of the requirements. Child requirement is nothing but sub - Title of the requirements its covers low level functions of the requirement. OR You can add requirements to test cases in two ways; either from Requirements tab or Test Plan tab. Navigate to the appropriate Requirement and right click, you can find the menu to map the test case and the vice versa is available in Test plan tab. OR In the test plan view, click on the required test plan, on the window pan click on the Req. coverage tab, to add click on the 'select red' icon(2nd row, first from the left). A list of requirements will open to the right. Select any requirement you want to link to this particular test case and click on the left arrow key on this window. The particular req. would be linked to this particular test case.
Test director in real time project
Once completed the preparing of the test cases. 1. Export the test cases in to Test Director. (It will contain total 8 steps). 2. The test cases will be loaded in the Test Plan module. 3. Once the execution is started, we move the test cases from Test Plan tab to the Test Lab module. 4. In Test Lab, we execute the test cases and put as pass or fail or incomplete. We generate the graphs in the test lab for daily report and sent to the onsite (where ever you want to deliver). 5. If you got any defects and raise the defect in the defect module. When raising the defect, attach the defect with the screen shot.
(ii) If you want to start from the scratch, you have to create business requirement through the req. tab of test director. It can have main requirements and subsequent child requirements. Once you create and get it approved, you are ready to start creating test plan and test cases for each and every individual business requirement. 2> There may be many test plans. For every test plans there may be many test cases. Start with creating test plan for every business requirement, starting from the main requirement, develop corresponding test plans. Every parent test plan will have child test plan for every corresponding child requirement. 3> Once the test cases and design scripts are developed, transfer them into test lab. Where they can be run as manual or automated test cases. 4>for each run of the test case, you can report a defect and enter into defect report on defect tab.
Run reports from Test Director?
Open the test director project. Display the requirements module. Chose report Analysis>Reports>Standard Requirements Report.
What is the main purpose to storing requirement in TD?
The main purpose for storing requirements in test director is to ensure 100% test coverage of the requirement. You can create a test plan/tests which if done correctly can be automatically mapped to the requirements. So the end result would be that once an individual runs the test selected in the test lab, it will show not only the coverage but also pass/fail/no runs. Purpose to storing requirement in TD is it keeps the testing effort on track and measures the application against business-user needs. Test Director’s Requirements Manager links test cases to application functional requirements, ensuring traceability throughout the testing process. Using TD, you can easily see what percentage of the application functional requirements are covered by tests, how many of these tests have been run, and how many have passed or failed.
What is the procedure to upload certain number of test cases from word doc to Test director?
In the home page of TD, click on Add-ins page - >click on More Test Director Add-ins Link -> now click on Microsoft Word Add-in - >click on Download Add-in (build number 220.127.116.112) to download the add ins.
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