Manager 9.5 OnDemand Release Notes-January 22, 2019


We are pleased to announce the release of Manager 9.5. Listed below are the improvements and enhancements.


Integrate qTest Project with a Tosca Workspace

You can now integrate a qTest Project with a Tosca Workspace so that you can convert your manual qTest Test Cases to Tosca Automation Test Cases. In your qTest project, on the Automation Settings page, there is a new Tosca Integration section that you need to activate.

You will need the Tosca Workspace URL, as well as the Tosca username and password to create the connection. 

The Tosca Workspace URL is defined through the Tosca Commander REST Webservice (TCRS). Installation and configuration instructions can be found here.

IMPORTANT: The integration currently supports Tosca v12 and each qTest Project can be integrated with one Tosca Workspace.

When the Tosca Integration is saved, the Automation Integration toggle button is automatically enabled (in the event this was not previously enabled in your environment.)

Convert qTest Manual Test Case to a Tosca Workspace

Once you have integrated a qTest Project with a Tosca Workspace, you can convert your manual qTest Test Cases one-by-one to Tosca Automation Test Cases.

How do I Convert the Test Cases?

In a Tosca integrated Project, the qTest manual Test Case now includes a Tosca drop-down option within the blue Convert button at the top of the Test Case details. After you select to convert to Tosca, the Convert button disappears from the Test Case options.

Additionally, the icon to the left of the Test Case name, both in the navigation tree and the main header of the Test Case, will change to include a blue dot. This indicates that the Test Case is now automated. automated_test_case_icon.png


Where will I see my qTest Test Case in my Tosca Workspace?

Initially, an 'Imported from qTest' folder will be automatically created under the TestCases folder in your Tosca Workspace. Each additional converted qTest Test Case will be added to the same 'Imported from qTest' folder that was previously established. You can rename the folder in your Tosca Workspace if you would like, and the integration/conversion will remain intact.

Note: You will need to make sure that the Viewing/Owning permissions for the "Imported from qTest" folder are set to allow you to add/view test cases.

When the converted qTest Test Case is executed in Tosca, an 'Imported from qTest' folder will be automatically added to the 'Execution' folder in your Tosca Workspace. Nested under the 'Imported from qTest' folder is an ExecutionList folder that includes the ExecutionList, and ExecutionEntry.

The execution list of your qTest Test Cases includes the following information:

  • qTest Test Case name
  • Execution entry

What qTest Information is Available in my Converted Test Case?

When you convert a manual qTest Test Case to a Tosca Automation Test Case, you will see the following information:

  • Tosca Test Case Name: qTest Test Case Name and Test Case ID number
  • Tosca Test Case Description: qTest Test Case Description (will not display any rich text formatting)
    • qTest Test Steps will append to the description (will not display any rich text formatting)
      Note: The Test Case description in Tosca is limited to 400,000 characters. If the combination of description and test steps of the qTest Test Case is longer then 400,000 characters, the overage does not display.

How will I know the qTest Test Case Converted to a Tosca Automation Test Case Successfully?

When the conversion is successful, the Tosca Test Case checkbox will be selected in the qTest Test Case Properties.

How do I receive my Tosca test results back into qTest?

Read this article to integrate Tricentis Tosca with the Universal Agent.


Known Limitations:

  • Currently, we cannot inform you via a pop-up message when a qTest Test Case is converted successfully, or if there have been any errors while converting the Test Case.
  • You are not able to convert a Tosca Test Case back to a qTest Test Case.

Clone Defect Workflow  

You can now clone your Defect Workflow Settings when you are cloning a project that is not integrated with an external ALM. This is only available if you are tracking defects within qTest Manager from the Defects tab

Read the following articles for more information on Defect Workflows: Defect Workflow Settings and Cloning a Project


Improvements and Bug Fixes

Ticket # Component Description
22822 Licenses In the Admininstration>Licenses tab, you can filter the Active users and the returned results display the users with a status of Active. Previously, users with a status of "Password Expired" would also display. This has been improved.
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