How are you producing the report? Provide exact step by step details.
Exactly what information do you want the report to provide? It sounds like you are looking for information about what has and has not been run. That information would be recorded in the Test Lab module. And you could have a test that was run multiple times. If you are trying to look at the step level, and you have a test that has been run multiple times, then you are going to get its steps counted multiple times. Do you want all the Run information, or just the most recent Run information?
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and i want to know how to preapre progess status based on steps in a test case!
if i chave test case with 3 steps = and 2 passed and i not run.. it will show the general staus as incomplete
if i have 2nd test case with 4 steps = 3 steps passed and i not run.. it will again show as incomplete
so i have 2 incomplete test case BUT in reality i have passed 5 steps altogether.. the graphic presentation i get in the analysis part is not really representative of steps but test case and i want to see if i can include test steps!!
From what I see, the built-in graph reporting in QC v11 doesn't provide a capability to graph based on executed test steps.
I think the only way this might be done is for you to construct your own SQL query to extract the information and use another tool to manipulate the data and graph it. QC v11 provide the capability in the Dashboard module to create an Excel report. To construct that you write your own SQL statement and it extracts the data to an Excel workbook. Within QC in the report construction there is also a place to include Excel post-processing commands that you could use to generate the graph in Excel.
I've never actually used the post-processing options. I have used the Excel reports with my own SQL queries. I haven't done exactly the query you're looking for, but I think this other thread on this board is along the same lines.