The Test Catalogue contains the test plans, test scenarios, and the test cases in a hierarchical manner. Each of the plan, scenario and test case has a description, related module, testing type and priority assigned adjacent to it.
A Test Plan can be defined as a document that defines the scope,
objective, and approach to test the software application. The Test Plan
is a term and a deliverable. The Test Plan will be designed based on the
Select "Plan" from the Create New option in the test catalogue.
Test Plan Information
The platform prompts the user to fill in the basic details such as :
1. Name of the test plan
3. The Acceptance Criteria
4. The Priority
The platform follows the hierarchy as each test plan can contain "n" test scenarios and each test scenario can contain "n" test cases.
It is a way to define all the possible ways to test an
application. It is a single statement to cover all possible ways to test
Select "Scenario" from the Create New option in the test catalogue.
Once a test plan is created , The Scenario creation prompts to fill :
1. Name of the scenario
2. Related Test Plan
4. Acceptance Criteria
Each Scenario can only have one test plan.
It is a step by step by procedure that is used to test an
application. Test case template includes Test Suit ID, Test Data, Test
procedure, Actual results, Expected results etc.
Select "Case" from the Create New option in the test catalogue.
Once the test case creation is launched, KTern prompts the user to fill the details to add the test case into the plan. These include:
1. Name of the test case
4. Type of the test case
6. Related Task
7. Related Test Plan
8. Related Test Scenario
Each test case has only one scenario and further only one test plan.
The platform allows user to assign stakeholders or participants to the test cases.
KTern can add multiple stakeholdera to the same test case.
Once the stakeholders are assigned to the test cases, the platform prompts the user to select the timeline of execution of the test case against the stakeholders as :
1. Planned Start Date
2. Planned End Date
3. Actual Start Date
4. Actual End Date
The execution timeline can be exclusively set for each stakeholders seperately using the drop down options.