What is a Scenario
Scenario represents a use case on the test application (AUT), which can be “run” as a test. A scenario is created by assembling series of Actions belonging to various Contexts, as steps. A Scenario is ultimately what you execute as an automated test.
Creating a Scenario
Click on the create entity icon on the top navigation and select Scenario.
On the “New Scenario” window under General info tab,
- Give a name on the Name field. Remember, the name given should be unique in the project. Feel free to provide a meaningful, readable name to clearly suggest the purpose of the test.
- Enter Description. This is an optional field, but we suggest you provide a description to explain the Scenario briefly.
- Provide Tags to this Scenario. Tags are useful when you want to group or arrange the entities later as per their characteristics.
On the Req Mapping tab,
Enter the Story ID from the external requirement tracking tool such as JIRA.
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You can always map story ID's later for the Scenario to track. It is an optional task while creating a Scenario.
On the Custom Info tab,
- Enter the values in the required fields. Custom fields allow capturing relevant information about an entity for governance and analysis. Learn more about, the significance of custom fieldsNote:
This tab is not displayed in case custom fields are not set up for the project. Based on your business needs, it is recommended to configure custom fields.