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This course is designed to teach the process-based functionality of Quality Center 9.2. Students will learn how to manage quality information throughout the development cycle, construct and organize requirements, create and execute test sets, monitor defects, and use graphs and reports to track the success of a project. Training is a virtual, live, instructor-led course, complete with exercises, colleague collaboration, and one-on-one interaction with the instructor through over-the-phone conferencing, chat, screen-sharing, and whiteboard. Training is a virtual, live, instructor-led course, complete with exercises, colleague collaboration, and one-on-one interaction with the instructor through over-the-phone conferencing, chat, screen-sharing, and whiteboard.

Course Overview

By the end of the class students will be able to:

  • Create releases and cycles
  • Define test requirements
  • Analyze risks associated with requirements
  • Organize subjects and tests in a test plan tree
  • Design and create test plans
  • Generate test scripts from design steps
  • Create test sets
  • Execute manual and automated tests
  • Record and track test execution results
  • Log and manage defects
  • Generate reports and graphs

Prerequisites

Students should have a working knowledge of Windows and testing concepts.

Course Outline

  • Working with Releases

    • Creating a release tree
    • Tying requirements to releases and cycles
    • Tying tests to releases and cycles
  • Defining Test Requirements

    • Creating and defining requirements
    • Building a requirements tree
  • Analyze Requirement Risks

    • Add traceability links between requirements
    • Perform risk analysis for requirements
  • Test Planning

    • Building a test plan tree
    • Creating tests
    • Linking tests and requirements
    • Designing test steps
    • Using parameters in tests
    • Configuring a test to call other tests
    • Generating test scripts
    • Monitoring the status of test plans
  • Test Execution

    • Building a test sets tree
    • Creating test sets
    • Organizing tests in a test set
    • Defining and scheduling test execution flows
    • Configure automated test rerun and cleanup rules
    • Executing manual and automated tests
    • Recording and reviewing test execution results
    • Monitoring the status of test sets
  • Defect Tracking

    • Logging defects
    • Searching and reviewing defects
    • Associating defects to other entities
    • Updating a Defect
    • Tracking the status of defects
  • Reporting and Analysis

    • Generate analysis reports and graphs