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Updated on 2023-03-14 GMT+08:00

Creating and Editing a Test Plan

Creating a Test Plan

Only the Epic, Feature, and Story work items of a Scrum project and the default Requirement work items of a Kanban project can be added to a test plan as requirements.

  1. Log in to the CodeArts homepage, search for your target project, and click the project name to access the project.
  2. On the navigation bar, choose Testing > Testing Plan.
  3. Click Create in the upper part of the page. The Create Test Plan page is displayed.
  4. Set Name, Version (optional), Processor, Plan Period, Associated Iteration (optional), and Description (optional), and click Next.

  5. Select the execution mode, add a requirement, and click Save to complete the test plan creation.

    • The execution mode selected here can be modified in the test plan later.
    • After an execution mode is selected, menus corresponding to the mode are generated on the test case and test execution pages to manage the cases and suites of Manual Test and API Automation. Preset statistics reports of the corresponding mode are displayed in the quality report.

Editing a Test Plan

In the test plan list, click the name of the test plan to be edited. The editing window is displayed on the right of the page.

  • On the Details tab page, you can modify the test plan (including the test plan name, description, execution mode, and basic information). After editing the test plan, click Save.
  • On the Requirements tab page, you can add or delete requirements within the current test plan scope. The operation method is the same as that of Creating a Test Plan.
  • On the Testing Design tab page, you can view the test cases in the plan and add test cases in the project.
  • On the Operation History tab page, you can view the editing history of the test plan.