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04a | Manage Test Execution (1 of 2) Anthony Borton | ALM Consultant, Enhance ALM Steven Borg | Co-founder & Strategist, Northwest Cadence

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04a | Manage Test Execution (1 of 2). Anthony Borton | ALM Consultant, Enhance ALM Steven Borg | Co-founder & Strategist, Northwest Cadence. Module Overview. Run Tests Perform Exploratory Testing Manage Bugs Use Lab Center Analyze Recommended Tests Perform Analysis Manage Work Items. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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04a | Manage Test Execution (1 of 2)

Anthony Borton | ALM Consultant, Enhance ALMSteven Borg | Co-founder & Strategist, Northwest Cadence

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• Run Tests

• Perform Exploratory Testing

• Manage Bugs

• Use Lab Center

• Analyze Recommended Tests

• Perform Analysis

• Manage Work Items

Module Overview

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Microsoft Virtual Academy

Run Tests

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What the Study Guide says…

• Run Tests– running tests with options– creating Fast Forward for Manual Testing recordings– selecting Fast Forward Playback options (all steps, multiple

steps)– setting Test Run states– validating expected results (add comments, snapshots)

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The problem

• When a tester finds a bug it is very common practise for the tester to repeat the exact same steps often two or three times to verify the bug and prove it is reproducible

• This consumes significant amounts of a testers time and often involves repeating large numbers of steps

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Test Case – Fast Forward

• The idea behind fast forwarding test cases is as follows.–When a tester runs a manual test, the UI actions are

recorded in the background–When the tester wants to re-run the test case to verify the

bug, the tester can choose to automatically rerun as many of the recorded steps as necessary to take them quickly to the area they are most interested in

– Action recordings are attached to the test case allowing automated playback in the future

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DEMO

Microsoft Virtual Academy

Run Tests

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Perform Exploratory Testing

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What the Study Guide says…

• Perform Exploratory Testing– perform ad hoc Exploratory Testing– exploring by Work Item– generating Test Case from Test– generating bugs from Exploratory Testing– adding screenshots, video, or audio recording

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Exploratory Testing in MTM

• When you want to commence an exploratory testing session you have the option to link any results to a particular requirement or not.

Do exploratory testing and link to selected requirement

Do exploratory testing without linking to a requirement

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DEMO

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Perform Exploratory Testing

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• Practice executing test cases

• Become familiar with test case fast forward

• Make sure you are familiar with the Test Runner UI and it’s capabilities

• Understand exploratory testing

EXAM BEST BETS

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