I am going to basically be doing QA checklists on servers (hardware/software/applications) to check that our engineers are correctly configuring and installing everything... It will all be manual testing... Examples would be: check that a directory is owned by a specific user and has correct file permissions, check that these specific services are disabled at boot, etc...
I would like to build a test case repository that I can just pull pre-built test cases from (with variables for putting directory names, user names, etc) into each test plan... I need to keep historical data and look for trending of passed/failed test cases, as well as create reports on each test plan...
The only experience I have is with Test Director, which worked fairly well for the same purposes at an old company... I can't get HP to call me back on pricing though [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] Anyone know how much it would cost? I have about 5-10 users... Are the licenses per username or for concurrent logged on users?
Is there another software package you would recommend?
If HP won't call you back, and it doesn't sound, from what I've heard on the forums, to be an isolated incident, then why would you want to deal with them? And probably pay a premium for their software?
We use TestTrack TCM. However, if you don't use TestTrack for bug tracking then it's not really as functional a solution as some might be. Plus I'm sure it's one of the more costly solutions.
Check out the list though, there are a lot of options there.
9 out of 10 people I prove wrong agree that I'm right. The other person is my wife.
I've been playing with TestTrack TCM, but would like my users to have the ability to execute test cases from the web (and not have to use a fat client)... Unfortunately TCM doesn't do this yet... Otherwise I really liked it...