View test runs

The Test Runs tab of Web Client enables you to view the results of manual test runs.

View manual test run results

After running manual tests, you can view the result to see which tests failed and which steps caused the failures.

To view manual test run results:

  1. Go to the Test Runs tab.

  2. To display only the runs that meet your criteria, click Filter to filter and group test runs.

    For details, see Filter records in Web Client.

  3. To view the details of a test run, click the Run ID link.

    UI Element Details
    Details Displays the details of the run.
    Report Displays test step details of the run.
    Steps Displays test step details and results for the run.
    Attachments Lists existing attachments for the run and enables you to add new attachments.
    Linked Defects

    Lists existing defect already linked to the run and enables you to link more existing defects.

    You can link existing defects to a test run either when running a test (see Run tests manually) or after running a test (see Manage linked defects).

    History

    Displays changes made to run details.

    You can use the Field drop-down list to filter changes of a specific field.

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Manage linked defects

From the Test Runs tab, you can view, add, and remove defects linked to a test run and run steps.

Note: You can also manage linked defects during a test run from the Test Lab tab. For details, see Run tests manually.

To link a defect to a test run:

  1. From the Test Runs tab, click the Run ID link.

  2. In the Run Details window, click the Linked Defects tab.

  3. Click Link and select By ID. Enter the defect ID, and click Link.

    The defect must already exists in ALM.

To link a defect to a run step:

  1. From the Test Runs tab, click the Run ID link.

  2. In the Run Details window, click the Steps tab.

  3. Select the step to which you want to link defects, and click Details to open the step details.

  4. In the Run Step Details window, click the Linked Defects tab.

  5. Click Link and select By ID. Enter the defect ID, and click Link.

    The defect must already exists in ALM.

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