This screen provides details of all facets of the current Test Plan. The information is presented on different tabs to show the header information, the source and target systems and their mapping, the test phases/cycles plus the users involved in this particular plan.
Audience / Users
All Testimony users
Clicking on the required tab navigates to the tab to view the information in detail.
Header; basic data
This tab gives detailed information about the selected test plan.
This tab presents technical information about the recording system and the play back system. The details are presented as grids with a drill down available to see further details by selecting the required row and clicking in on the “Display” button.
This tab provides a pictorial representation of the Source system i.e the system where all the test plans are executed and the Target System i.e the system where the test scripts will be played back. In order to create a system mapping, select the “Create Link” tool-bar button and then drag and drop from the source system to the target system.
Test phases represent test cycles. You can setup multiple test phases for the current test plan within this screen. Only one test phase can be “active” at any one time. Throughout the later processes in Testimony (for example, recording and play-back), it it possible to associate this data to the currently active test phase.
As an optional step from an authorization perspective, you can add users into your test plan that belong to one or more “Roles”. A role represents a set of actions that users in that role are allowed to perform (e.g. activate a recording or raise a defect). In this screen, you can control which users belong to which roles for the current test plan.
To add users into a role (as displayed on the left hand side of the screen), simply find the users you are looking for by searching on the right hand side of the screen. When the list of users is displayed, drag and drop them onto the appropriate role on the left. They will then appear in the tree under the assigned role.
Test plans can have customer specific parameters specified here. You can review the default parameters here and alter them for the current test plan if desired.