The ALM tutorial is a self-paced guide that instructs you how to use the ALM application to organize and manage all phases of the application lifecycle. To successfully complete this tutorial, you should perform the tutorial in the order in which the information is presented.
To work with this tutorial, consider the following specifications:
This tutorial assumes that you are working in ALM Edition or Quality Center Enterprise Edition. To determine which edition you are using, contact your ALM site administrator.
|ALM Demo Project||
|Unified Functional Testing||
Tutorial Quick Reference
This tutorial contains the following lessons:
|Specify releases and cycles||Learn to define releases and cycles and monitor their progress and quality.|
|Specifying Requirements||Learn to define requirements, view the requirements tree, and convert requirements to tests.|
|Planning Tests||Learn to create a test plan tree, define test steps, define test configurations, link test configurations to requirements, and automate manual tests.|
|Running Tests||Learn to define test sets, schedule test runs, and run manual and automated tests.|
|Adding and Tracking Defects||Learn to add new defects, update defects, and manage defects.|
|Alerting on Changes||Learn to track changes made to your requirements, tests, and defects as you perform your project testing.|
|Analyzing ALM Data||Learn to monitor the application lifecycle management process by creating reports and graphs.|
|Creating Libraries and Baselines||Learn to create libraries and baselines, and how to compare baselines to track changes in your project.|
|Customizing Projects||Learn to set up project users, and how to create project fields and lists.|
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