SAP Test Workbench for Test Management

Description:
This documents shows how the SAP test workbench can be used to manage tests
and test cycles and test status reporting. This should by no means be
considered a complete description of the functionality of the test
workbench. This document focuses on test management and reporting, and
does not go into test types, project/test integration, etc.
Tests:
Tests can be defined via the Computer Aided Test Tool (transaction SCAT).
Test attributes include Test Title, Test Type, Component, Description, etc.

A test catalog would contain all tests of all types. .Test Catalog: Tests are grouped together logically to create a test catalog. These tests can later be grouped together in test test plans.

Once you have assigned all relevant tests to a test plan. .Test Plans: Test plans allow you to select a subset of tests from the test catalog and group them together to accomplish a certain task (for example integration testing). you can group certain tests together into a test package and assign them to an individual who will then be responsible for executing those tests.

. Once they have executed tests. additionally. While it will not be discussed here. you can use the service desk solution in Solution Manager to track and work errors encountered during testing by creating messages for failed tests. they can set the status of those tests in the test workbench. review any instructions for the test. they can log on to the system and call their test worklist to review tests for which they are responsible.Testing: Once the responsible individuals have been assigned tests.

C:\Work\BancTec\ architecture\TESTREPORT.DOC . a Microsoft Word status report can be generated (attached).Test Plan Tracking: Individuals responsible for tracking the status of the tests can do so within test plan management. Additionally.