More Q&A from our last QAComplete 201 Session!
Q: On the pie charts can the numeric values be shown without hovering over them?
A: You can get deeper insights into any of the dashboard charts by clicking the chart—this will open a list of the items and their status.
Q: Is there a way to link a release/iteration to multiple test sets?
A: Absolutely! Using the Link to Items feature, you can link any release/ iteration to as many test sets as you need. Links are bi-directional, so linking these items can be done in either the release or test sets form.
Q: Is it possible to change the colors on the Dashboard Charts?
A: This is not available in this version of QAComplete, but the suggestion has been passed on to our Product Development team.
Q: Is there a way to rerun only the failed tests in a test set?
A: This is not available in this version of QAComplete, but the suggestion has been passed on to our Product Development team. A work-around solution is to create a new test set of the failed tests.
Q: Is it possible to edit a step while in the Test Runner?
A: Yes! With the correct security permissions, it is possible for a user to edit a step while running a test or test set. You have the capability to edit the step and expected result within the Test Runner. You can even add a new step or delete an existing step. Once the changes are made, you will be asked if you want to save changes to the Source Test, or save the changes to that individual test run.
If you are having trouble editing the steps, check your security rights. If you are still having trouble, feel free to contact us and we would be happy to help!
Q:Is it possible to pause a test [or test set] and come back to it later?
A: Yes! You can pause at any point within a test, or test set, by clicking Save & Close. The next time you open the test, or test set, you can pick up exactly where you left off.
Q:Is there a way to print the Dashboard charts?
A: There is currently no option to print dashboards directly from QAComplete, but the suggestion has been passed on to our Product Development team.
A work-around solution would be to take a screenshot of the desired charts and print the screenshot.
If you have any additional questions, feel free to ask them on this thread!