vijayan.reddy at tavant.com
Tue Jan 6 11:51:58 UTC 2004
Thanks to your tool, I have successfully held off a decision to procure
pricey tools like Mercury Interactive's TestDirector for our company.
We are looking at deploying TestRunner as a complete end-to-end Test
Management Tool. From requirements to func.spec to test plan to testcase
documents to test results to bugs. So the traceability matrix is
completely supported by this tool.
The feedback from our QA management is that while TestRunner is rich in
features, the ease of use is missing a bit. The navigation through the
tool is quite tough.
We may start development shortly to cater to our internal requirements.
We will be happy to share our requirements and also any customization
patch when we are at it.
On Sat, 2004-01-03 at 23:51, Fuentetaja, Ed wrote:
> Yes, Bugzilla Test Runner is still alive. Prasad, for more information
> please go to:
> A helping hand is more than welcomed, so far I'm the only developer :(
> I'm about to release a new version with some important improvements. The
> major one is that test cases won't be tied to particular testers. Myk
> rightly suggested than for open-source projects would be much better to
> let anybody run a test case. I'm also busy brushing up the interface and
> improving the usability.
> Speaking of open source, I recently moved the project to sourceforge:
> Thanks and happy new year to everyone,
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Christian Robottom Reis [mailto:kiko at async.com.br]
> > Sent: Tuesday, December 30, 2003 7:19 AM
> > To: developers at bugzilla.org
> > Cc: prasad kadbane
> > Subject: Re: your mail
> > On Tue, Dec 30, 2003 at 09:07:14AM +0100, Jeroen
> > Ruigrok/asmodai wrote:
> > > -On [20031230 08:52], prasad kadbane (prasad_kadbane at hotmail.com)
> > > wrote:
> > > >I am a student doing Bachelor of computer Engg in Pune university,
> > > >India. I am in the final year of degree course and I am doing a
> > > >project based on Bugzilla software. The aim of my project
> > is to link
> > > >Bugzilla with test case repository. Every bug entered in
> > the Bugzilla
> > > >will have a corresponding test case associated with it.
> > The bug can
> > > >be reproduced or demonstrated by running the associated test case.
> > >
> > > I am speaking from memory here since I haven't had a chance to mess
> > > with the codebase in a while now (should hopefully change soon):
> > There have been two [separate?] testcase efforts discussed
> > here on the list; in particular Ed Fuentetaja and Myk have
> > been looking at this. It might make sense to look at their
> > work before starting anew.
> > Take care,
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