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ALM Module Type Definitions

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Question: Where can I find a clear list of definitions for ALM new requirements, new tests, and new test-sets?

 

Test Set Example: What are the differences between the following test-set types?

 

  • Performance
  • Functional
  • Default

Requirements Example:  What is the difference between a 'BR Scenario' and a 'UC Flow' requirement type.

 

* I am somewhat new to some of these terms, so please bare with me as I respond.  Thanks!

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Start by looking in the User Guide for the product.  I know it includes descriptions for Test Set types in the Test Set Specification Overview section (for v11.52, at least).

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Start by looking in the User Guide for the product.  I know it includes descriptions for Test Set types in the Test Set Specification Overview section (for v11.52, at least).

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Apparently, I was looking at 11.00 User Guide.  I am assuming other type definitions are in there as well, so I will accept this as the solution.  Thank you Trudy!

 

Performance

For running unattended remote performance tests. You can add only performance tests to this test set.

You arrange for a performance test to be executed from the server by scheduling a timeslot. A timeslot contains a test set, the details of the remote hosts on which the test set will run, and a time and duration for running the test set.

 

ALM Editions: Performance execution is available only for ALM Edition and Performance Center Edition. Performance tests are only available for Performance Center Edition.

 

Default

For running client-side, locally controlled and launched functional tests. You can add both manual and automated functional tests to this test set.

 

You can arrange for default tests to be run in an ad hoc manner.

 

Functional

For running server-side, unattended functional tests.You can add only automated functional tests to this test set.

You arrange for a functional test set to be executed from the server by scheduling a timeslot. A timeslot contains a test set, the details of the testing hosts on which the test set runs, and a time and duration for running the test set.

 

Build verification suites are a key component in ALM's Continuous Delivery solution. They facilitate an automated, end-to-end deployment and testing framework that makes application development more efficient, reliable, and quick.

 

ALM Editions: Functional test sets available only for ALM Edition.

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