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    Test Case Properties

    User Deavers, Jennifer (jdeavers@cyberserv.com.nospam) posted:

    Hello All -

    I wanted to poll the audience for a sec. Being new to Rational Testing I
    wanted to ask you all what you most of put in the Test Case Properties of
    your projects in Test Manager. For instance do you fill in for Custom, Test
    Input (general, attributes etc).

    Thanks

    Jen

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    Re: Test Case Properties

    User Crunk John (ext3jpc) (ext3jpc@ups.com.nospam) posted:

    Jennifer,

    That, to me; is a personal descision that you must make preferably with the
    management team. That being said, I would offer that the more complete the
    information entered the better off you are. I would also say that if
    entering the information does not serve a purpose then I would omit entering
    it.

    John


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    Re: Test Case Properties

    User Aidy Rutter (AidyR@TrustMarque.com.nospam) posted:

    Jen

    John's right. Unless you got a full-time person putting in info, I would
    just enter what you need in TM. Not directly in the properties dialog I
    know, but I started putting all the test steps in the design for every
    single script and I just weren't getting any scripting done. On the external
    tab on 'test-case' properties I link to the Test Plan doc. I try always to
    put a description of the test in the 'General' tab, I never have put in pre
    and post conditions in the 'implementation tab'. I use the configuration for
    diff environments etc; for the iteration however - nothing: we are
    apparently using Prince2 methodology (though never seen any evidence of it)
    and that foolishly doesn't bother with iterations. Haven't used custom tab;
    but when someone gets around to inputting the requirements in MY ReqPro web
    interface, I will gladly use the Test Inputs tab

    Don't know if this makes any sense, I kinda lost the point of where I was
    going.

    Thanks

    Aidy



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    Re: Test Case Properties

    User Deavers, Jennifer (jdeavers@cyberserv.com.nospam) posted:

    That is a great response thanks so much. Anyone else?


 

 

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