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Export Requirements and Test Design Reports

In addition to the out-of-the-box reports in the Reports module and custom dashboards and analytics through Insights, qTest Manager also offers reports that can be exported from the Requirements and Test Design modules.

Requirement Details

You can export Requirements into an HTML or Excel file, as follows.

    1. On the Requirements tree, select the Requirements to export.
    2. Click the Export Requirements icon on the toolbar and select Requirement Details report.



    3. On the Export Requirements Wizard:
        • Select which requirement fields you want to be exported by moving them from the left to the right selection box.
        • Reorder the display of the requirement fields in the exported Excel file using the Move Up and Move Down buttons.
        • Select the format for the exported requirements file as HTML or XLS.
        • If you select the XLS format, you can check to merge requirements into one sheet.  Otherwise, each module will be exported as a separate sheet containing its requirements.
        • Click the Reset button to have default requirement fields list for export.
        • Click the OK button to proceed or the Cancel button to cancel.

      qTest - Requirements - Export - Requirement Details - Export Requirements modal

  HINTS:

  • The selected modules must have the same level on the requirement tree (e.g., the same level of parent modules or child modules in the same module, etc.).  The Export Requirement function will be disabled if you select modules from different levels (e.g., a parent module and some child modules of another parent module).
  • You can only select individual requirements of one module to export.
  • Select Root to export all available requirements in the project.

Requirement Traceability Matrix

After you define the association between requirements and test cases, you can export the Requirements Traceability Matrix to view requirements coverage with test cases.

    1. On the Requirements tree, select root or requirements modules to export.
    2. Click the Export Requirement Reports icon and select Requirements Traceability Matrix report.

  HINTS:

  • The selected modules must have the same level on the requirement tree, (e.g., the same level of parent modules or child modules in the same module, etc.).  The Export Requirement function will be disabled if you select modules from different levels (e.g., a parent module and some child modules of another parent module).
  • You can only select individual requirements of one module to export.
  • Select Root to export all available requirements in the project.

Requirements and Test Execution Results

After you define associations between requirements and test cases, qTest Manager will automatically link associated requirements and test cases to corresponding test runs.  The requirements and Test Execution Results Report provides requirements coverage with associated test cases, test runs results, and defects in an Excel Matrix

To export the Requirements and Test Execution Results Report:

    1. On the Requirements tree, select either Root or Requirements Modules to export.
    2. Click on Export Requirement Reports and select Requirements and Test Execution Results report.



    3. The exported Matrix will contain two sections: Requirements and their Associated Test Cases & Test Runs.
      • Requirements Section includes a list of selected requirements with their associated objects, including: Associated Jira Issue IDs (if integrated with Jira Requirements), direct Module, Target Release/Build, Requirement Status, number of Linked Test Cases, and number of Linked Test Runs.
      • Associated Test Cases & Test Runs section includes Associated Test Cases, Associated Test Runs, Test Environment of individual Associated Test Runs, Test Log number, Testers of individual Associated Test Runs, Executed Start/End Time of individual Associated Test Runs, Test Runs Result Status, and Associated Defects.

qTest - Requirements - Export - Requirement and Test Execution Results report - Result table

  HINTS:

  • The selected modules must have the same level on the requirement tree (e.g., the same level of parent modules or child modules in the same module, etc.).  The Export Requirement function will be disabled if you select modules from different levels (e.g., a parent module and some child modules of another parent module).
  • You can only select individual requirements of one module to export.
  • Select Root to export all available requirements in the project.

Test Case Detail

You can export Test Cases into Excel.  To export Test Cases, you need Export Test Cases permission.

  1. Select one or multiple Test Cases or modules to export.
  2. Click the Export Excel icon and select Test Case Detail report.



  3. On the Export Test Case window, you can:
    • Select test cases fields (in the left box) to be exported into the Excel file (moved to the right box) using the Move Left and Right buttons.
    • Reorder test case fields to be displayed in the Excel file using the Move Up and Down buttons.
    • Merge all test cases from a different module into ONE Excel sheet.  Check this box if you select multiple modules and want to combine all test cases into ONE Excel sheet.  Test case order on the test design tree will be kept intact in the exported Excel file.
    • By default, this option will be unchecked.  When you select multiple modules to export, each module will be exported as a separate sheet of an Excel file.

      qTest - Requirements - Export - Test Cases Details - Export Test Cases dialog

Test Case Traceability Matrix

The Test Case Traceability Matrix shows the coverage of test cases with their requirements.

  1. Select one or multiple test cases or modules to export.
  2. Click the Export Excel icon and select the Test Case Traceability Matrix report button.
  3. Select location on your computer to save the exported Test Case Traceability Matrix.

 

HINTS:

  • Only test cases or modules on the same level can be exported.
  • The Export option will be greyed out if you select test cases or modules on different levels.
  • You cannot select a mix of test cases and modules to export.
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