1. New add-on for JIRA Download Instances versions 5 and newer that provides real-time integration for both defects and requirements. This new integration will replace the current defect-only JIRA integration.
- Submit JIRA defects from qTest test execution
- View JIRA defects in qTest
- Requirements from JIRA can be imported into qTest and then mapped against test cases just like a native qTest requirement.
- Changes to the imported JIRA requirement tickets are reflected real-time in qTest
2.Improvements to Testpad
- New paging features that greatly improve the loading and display of test cases with a high number of test steps
- Enhanced step editing UI
- New data indexing and query process to improve overall performance.
- Users can choose to include all test step details or just the failed step detail into the defect’s description
- New standard report for Test cases: “Test cases ready for baseline”
- Provided 2 more criteria for all data queries: “Last modified date” and “Last modified user”
1. New JIRA 5+ integration:
New free add-on for JIRA Download Instances versions 5 and newer that provides real-time integration for both defects and requirements. This new integration will replace the current defect-only JIRA integration.
NOTE: For those using JIRA OnDemand, the existing integration will remain unchanged. Projects that are currently integrated with JIRA OnDemand will not require any changes. New projects can still connect to JIRA OnDemand using the existing qTest integration for defects.
The qTest connector for JIRA on the Atlassian Marketplace
To turn on the integration with JIRA, you will need to go to the qTest Connector page on the Atlassian marketplace, download the add-on and install it into your JIRA deployment.
Configuring the qTest connector add-on in Jira
Once the add-on has been installed, you can configure qTest to configure the JIRA integration for your project.
Integration can be applied on both defects and requirements
Defect ticket integration:
With this integration, the qTest integration module will be turned off. The integration lets users submit defects to JIRA while executing a qTest test case on Testpad. Users benefit from the higher degree of visibility attained through the exchange of detailed test execution, test case and defect information between the two solutions.
- 1-to-1 mapping between JIRA projects and qTest projects
- Direct use of JIRA credentials ensures the proper application of JIRA submission permissions
- View JIRA defects inside of qTest either as a specific ticket or as part of a JIRA filter
- Auto-fill test execution details into JIRA defect tickets’ automatically, minimize effort to complete ticket details
Submit defect to Jira while executing test runs
Requirement ticket integration:
This feature enables users to manage requirements tickets in JIRA as usual, while a copy of these tickets will appear in qTest and co-exist with other qTest native requirements. The mapped JIRA requirements aid the test case creation process as well as create requirement-to-test case traceability matrix.
- Easily select JIRA requirement tickets to import into qTest using smart filters
- JIRA requirements can co-exist with qTest requirements
- Changes to JIRA requirement tickets are reflected real-time in qTest
- Track requirements tickets against test cases and test execution
- Receive test coverage reports for your JIRA requirement tickets
- Easily access a detailed traceability matrix report of requirement and test case associations
New UI for the integrated requirements
2. Improvements to Testpad
New paging feature for displaying test steps on Testpad UI improves performance for test cases with a very high number of test steps.
Paging is applied on test pad
Furthermore, users can now edit test step details much faster and easier with the new editing UI.
New test step editing UI
3. Performance optimization
Apply a new indexing mechanism to cover objects’ custom fields (include user-defined) and history related fields to enhance search experience and optimize data queries. The system’s also equipped with a new archiving mechanism to clean up unused data.
Uses will see significant improvement on report generation time and system’s performance for heavy-loaded projects.
1. Defect Submission
Users can choose to include all test step details or just the failed step detail into the defect’s description.
Option to auto-fill defect’s description
2. Reports Enhancements
Users will find a new default report under Data Queries > Test case “Test cases ready for baseline”.
Provides 2 more criteria for all data queries: “Last modified date” and “Last modified user” to enhance further the capability to view and export data.
Bug Fixes & Changes
We have addressed a number of bugs raised by our qTest users. The bugs resolved in this release are:
Notification server doesn’t response occasionally which causes some real-time update issues (e.g.: changing objects ‘ names on the left hand navigation tree, but system doesn’t reflect the change on the right hand working screen immediately)
In Reports menu, a new query sometimes doesn't show up on the screen after clicking Save As button.
In Site Administration > Projects menu - The width of fields in New/Edit Project pop-up increased after each time assigning a Project Admin.
qTest hangs when users create a project without filling the Start Date field.
qTest displays blank page when users quickly navigate through different objects.
Testpad hangs or crash when executing a test run with over 80 test steps.
In Test Design menu, a blank page is displayed on right working screen after importing test cases.