Availability: Version 4.0
Test Suite dashboard provides a quick status and historical information of the Suite, in a visually rich dashlet format. This is the default view when you open a Test Suite.
Most Recent Test Run
This section displays the summary of test execution of the currently executing test runs for this test suite. If there are no runs in progress currently, then the most recently completed test run information is displayed. It shows the high level pass/fail count and the perspectives along with an ability to navigate to the detailed report.
Historical test execution information
This dashlet displays the status of last few executions of this test suite for a comparative assessment. When you hover on a particular bar, summary of that test run is displayed and provides an ability to navigate to the specific detailed test report.
You can setup the list of historical runs in 3 different ways:
- Last n runs, which displays a given number of most recent runs
- Last n days, which displays the runs from the last given number of days
- Executions between two given dates, where the results between 2 given dates is displayed.
Note: History display is limited to a maximum of 25 runs.
This donut displays the defects associated with the current test suite. All the defects created from the test reports of this suite are consolidated and broken down by Defect Status in the target system (e.g. Jira, TFS etc.).
Note: Status display is captured from the target bug tracking system. You can synch with the system again and refresh the status list by clicking on the refresh icon in the bottom of this dashlet. Refreshing the Test Suite itself does not update this external information.
accelQ utilizes various heuristics across the system to calculate an approximate test readiness of a suite.
Readiness is influenced by the status marked against each Scenario as well as system calculated alerts based on the state of a Scenario.
Test Coverage for Requirements
This section is only applicable for Requirements based suite. It displays a grid of all the mapped Requirements, their current status in Jira or TFS and the number of test cases covering the Requirements. You can also navigate to the Requirement on the target system by clicking the Requirement ID link.