AccelQ Azure Extension(AccelQ Connect) provides an ability to fetch test coverage information from AccelQ into your azure instance. Against a Work Item in Azure, you can get information on which test scenarios in AccelQ are mapped and the latest execution status of such scenarios.
Deploy AccelQ Connect
Download Azure plugin from the Azure MarketPlace and deploy it on your organization.
Here is the link to download AccelQ Plugin:
Configure AccelQ Connect Plugin
Login into your organization in Azure and click on Browse marketplace.
Search for AccelQ, you will find the plugin as shown below:
Select the plugin and follow the steps as you see on your screen.
Now, go to your Project Settings in your Organization, and find the Service Connections tab under Pipelines on the left drawer.
Create a service connection. Fill the form and save it. Here, you will provide information on your ACCELQ account.
Save it and you are all set!
Test coverage for a User Story
Once the plugin is loaded, test coverage information (Scenarios in AccelQ) is displayed in the ACCELQ Traceability section of a work item. This displays information on what test scenarios (both manual and automated) are traced to this story, the last execution status, and a link to navigate to the detailed test report.
View test coverage information in a list format
Once you configured the plugin connection with AccelQ, you will find "AccelQ Connect" as a link in your left drawer. Click on the link to view a listing of Work Items against the AccelQ scenarios and last execution status.
You can setup filters to customize the list of user stories that you view. For example, you can set a filter for current Sprint, so that you can review the coverage for the sprint in one place. You can save and manage multiple filters.