This section provides an overview of the features that were introduced or enhanced in ALM 15.00.
SSO access to ALM can be authorized in a federated environment. Users can use single sign-on for logging into ALM as they do with other SSO applications at the site. For details on how to facilitate single sign-on, see Setting up SSO Authentication (for ALM 15.00).
If you use Siteminder for user authentication, we recommend you switch to use the SSO authentication solution.
|Web Runner||Web Runner is a manual test execution tool. It enables you to run manual tests and submit defects to ALM from a Web browser, without the need to download the ALM client. After you complete your test runs, the test results along with any submitted defects are automatically synchronized to ALM. For details, see Web Runner help.|
|Site Administration REST API Reference||
This new guide provides a complete online reference for the newly added Site Administration REST-based API. Use the REST API to access and work with ALM data in Site Administration. For details, see Site Administration REST API Reference.
|ALM AutoPass License Server (technical preview)||
The AutoPass License Server (APLS) helps you organize and manage ALM licenses, by providing better visibility and control over license consumption.
For details on how to configure APLS during the ALM installation, see the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management Installation and Upgrade Guide.
For details on how to install and manage licenses in APLS, see Managing AutoPass License Server.
API Key expiration time. By default, API Keys do not expire unless revoked. To set an expiration time, you can define the
Transpose button. This button enables you to switch the data table to have parameter rows and iteration columns.
Available from Test Plan module > Test Configurations tab > Data tab for static configurations.
For more details on the static view, see Data Tab: Static View.
|ALM Help Center Enhancements||