How to Create Coverage
The following steps describe how to create coverage by linking requirements to tests. Instead of covering each requirement only at the level of the test, you can cover a requirement by test configurations.
You can create coverage from the Requirements or the Test Plan module. It also describes how to examine the status of your requirements by understanding the breakdown of child requirements according to test coverage.
To learn more about creating coverage, see Requirement and Test Coverage Overview.
Note: This task is part of a higher-level task. For details, see How to Plan Tests in ALM.
In the Test Plan module, select the Test Plan Tree view.
Select a test and click the Req Coverage tab. Click the Select Req button to display the requirements tree in the right pane. Add coverage to your selected requirements. For user interface details, see Req Coverage Tab.
In the Requirements module, select the Requirement Details view.
Select a requirement and click the Test Coverage tab. Click the Select button to display the test plan tree in the right pane. Add coverage to your selected tests. For user interface details, see Test Coverage Page.
To add coverage to multiple tests grouped in the same folder, select the folder and click Add To Coverage.
To associate multiple tests with a requirement when the tests are not grouped in the same folder, in the Test Coverage tab, filter the test cases (for example by Test Name). Add the matching tests by selecting the root folder of the filter, and clicking Add To Coverage.
In the Requirements module, select Coverage Analysis from the View menu. Examine the status of your requirements and child requirements according to test coverage.
For user interface details, see Coverage Analysis View.