This section provides an overview of the features that were introduced or enhanced in ALM 12.55.
The Test Board tab enables you to get a full view of all the test instances available in a selected Test Lab folder, including its child folders. You can then select the test instances and run them from this tab. For details, see
You can now collaborate with other ALM users by sending instant messages while working in a particular ALM module. For details, see
You can now allocate licenses from ALM to ALM Octane. Within ALM Octane these licenses provide you with Enterprise edition features. If you need more licenses in ALM Octane you can allocate more from ALM, and if need fewer in ALM Octane you can reduce the number of licenses allocated from ALM. For details, see Manage licenses in the ALM Octane help.
You can now export or import ALM projects greater than 4 GB.
Note: You can import projects only within the same version.
For more details on exporting ALM projects, see
For more details on importing ALM projects see
When configuring the mail service to send email messages to ALM users, you can now configure the mail settings either manually or using AutoDiscover. You can also secure the connection using SSL or StartTLS. For details, see
You can now use the AllTreesSelection object to get a list of the currently selected tree entities from the active views within the same module. You can retrieve selected entities by iterating through the list. For details, see
You can now execute queries against the
AUDIT_LOG table to track history data for attachments. To enable history for attachments, set the
AUDIT_ATTACHMENTS site parameter to 'Y'.
Note: Not available in a version control enabled project.
For details on querying project tables, see
For details on setting site parameters, see
If your design steps include calls to template tests, you can now display the called tests in your project report. When creating a project report, add the Design Steps sub-section to your report.
For details on calling template tests, see
For details on creating project reports, see
You can now install and run ALM on Amazon Web Services (AWS). For details, see http://alm-help.saas.hpe.com/specs/alm-qc-system-requirements.htm.
Here are some of the main additions we've made to the supported system environments:
Microsoft Windows Server 2016
Microsoft SQL Server 2016
For a complete listing of supported environments, see http://alm-help.saas.hpe.com/specs/alm-qc-system-requirements.htm
Sprinter 14.01 includes the following new features:
- Ability to change the order of tests through drag and drop
- Data Injection for tables
Improvements for Storyboard screen captures:
- Ability to capture the AUT user interface instead of the entire desktop
- Ability to capture the last screen when ending a run
For more information on Sprinter, to download the new service pack, and to access Sprinter documentation, see https://marketplace.saas.hpe.com/appdelivery/content/hpe-sprinter.
When clicking context-sensitive help, ALM now links directly to the online ALM Help Center. This enables you to use the most recent version available of the ALM online help.
If your organization has firewall restrictions that prevent you from using the online Help Center, you can download and deploy the Help Center on your local server.
For more details, see
The Performance Center documentation is now available at the following URL: http://pchelp.saas.hpe.com/.