Exploratory Testing support upgrade - PractiTest

Starting to support Exploratory Testing and adding a bunch of other good stuff in this upgrade

Last updated: April 01, 2010


We performed another PractiTest upgrade this weekend, and we’re happy to announce that we are starting to support Exploratory Testing sessions with the help of some cool new functionality:

  • You can create an empty test and start running it without steps, meaning that you can create your Exploratory Testing Charters based on a description of what you want to achieve with your test.
  • We added the ability to Add, Delete or Modify your Steps during the run of the test; so that as you progress through your Exploratory Session you can record the stuff you tested and keep the log for future reference.
  • At the end, you can update the original Test with the new / updated steps, so you can reference it or reuse it in the future.

In addition to the stuff above we also added features requested by users:

  • We modified and drastically enlarged our Custom Memo Fields.
  • After setting the run-step status to ‘Passed’ the focus on the page ‘jumps’ directly to the following step so that you don’t need to constantly scroll down.
  • We added the ability to see more than 20 lines in the Test and Issue grids, so that you can see more or all your data more comfortably:defined_number_of_rows2

And as always we included some minor fixes.

Let us know if you have any comments, issues or additional requests.

The PractiTest team.

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