What"s new in SilkCentral Test Manager 2008?
The following are the significant enhancements and changes that were made to SilkCentral Test Manager 2008.
A number of improvements have been made to simplify testing and increase your testing options.
Manual testing has been
greatly improved. The following enhancements have been made to the
Manual Testing Client:
Manual and Automated Testing
When re-running an
execution definition, you can now do the following:
SilkCentral Test Manager"s Test Plan unit has been refactored toprovide significant performance improvements. Working in the Test Planunit is now smoother and faster.
Usability enhancements have been made throughout SilkCentral Test Manager.
Working With Multiple Test Plan Objects
You can now select multiple child objects of any object in the TestPlan unit, in the new "Contents" tab. Using your mouse or keyboardshortcuts, you can cut, copy, paste, and delete multiple objectssimultaneously. Working with objects in the SilkCentral Test ManagerTest Plan unit is now similar to working with files in WindowsExplorer. This functionality is also available when working with manualtest steps.
Convenient Find & Replace Functionality
You can now find and replace values within test definitionproperties, manual steps, parameters, and attributes. You can easilynavigate through returned items using Next, Previous, First, and Last commands.
Access to Related Test Definitions within SilkCentral Issue Manager
With Borland’s ALM Server platform and ALM URIs, elements such asissues and test definitions can be traced across SilkCentral IssueManager and SilkCentral Test Manager repositories. For example, testdefinitions in a remote Test Manager repository can be associated withissues in a local Issue Manager repository. Such related artifacts arenow directly accessible to one another via links within SilkCentralIssue Manager and SilkCentral Test Manager.
See SilkCentral Issue Manager documentation for detailed informationon how to view associated test definitions within Issue Manager.
Administrators can now define custom user roles. All predefined userroles are still available (SuperUser, Administrator, Project Manager,Test Manager, Tester, Analyst, and Reporter). Custom user roles can bederived from predefined roles or built from scratch. This allows formore flexibility in how you manage the permissions that each individualuser has within your SilkCentral Test Manager system.
Telelogic DOORS version 8.2 is now supported.