Application Lifecycle Management (Lab)

Application Lifecycle Management
(PreLab 1, 2, PrelLab)
(MidLab 1, 2 MidLab)
(FinLab 1, 2, FinLab)


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Contains a tree which enables you to organize your analysis items under private and public root folders


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Contains the Analysis tree in which you organize all of your analysis items.


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Each ALM module provides progress graphs specific to the tasks that the module supports.


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Each ALM module provides a summary graph specific to the tasks that it supports.


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Select a field to determine the information by which ALM groups data in the graph.


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The user who created the dashboard page. Permissions to modify public pages may be limited to the owner only.


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Select the period of time you want the graph to show. 


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 The date and time on which the dashboard page was last modified.


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The Requirements, Components, Test Plan, and Defects modules provide trend graphs specific to the tasks that they support.


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Enables you to create and manage dashboard pages that display multiple graphs on a single page.


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Enables you to view and manage the behavior of analysis items that are generated from within modules, such as Requirements and Test Plan.


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Allows selection of single or multiple projects


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To set a filter/sort on the data


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To access, on the ALM sidebar, under Dashboard, select .

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You can organize these reports and graphs according to your .

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 displays in the header of the dashboard page view. 


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Select a field to determine the information displayed along  the x- axis of the graph.


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Enables you to create and manage graphs, standard reports, and Excel reports 


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The name of the dashboard page


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Contains the Dashboard tree in which you organize dashboard pages.


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This graph type is specific to the Defects module. It summarizes the lifetime of all reported defects.


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A description of the dashboard page.


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The dashboard includes trees for analysis items and dashboard pages. Each tree consists of and _________________.


Private and Public root folders

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Item that you create in a private folder are accessible only to the user that created them.


Analysis items


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The user who last modified the dashboard page.


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The testing team has verified the application and the defect has been fixed. 


Closed


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To compare two versions, press the Ctrl key and select each version. Click the Compare button.


Comparing Versions


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The date the version was created.


Date

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The baseline in which the version appears


Baseline


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Enables you to view a list of changes made to the defect. In addition, it displays a history of baselines in which the entity is displayed.


History Tab

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Enables you to filter and sort the defects in the grid.


Filter button

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The user who created the version.


Modified By

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The development team rejected the defect. The development team provides a rationale for rejecting a defect.


Rejected


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The version number. If the entity is currently checked out, the Version column for the checked out version displays checked out. 


Version


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Enables you to use the status of defects to determine whether requirements have been met.


Defect requirement association

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The development team has fixed the defect, but it is pending for approval by the testing team.


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Provides a tabular list of the defects logged for a project  


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Provides an audit trail of changes made to each defect


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Provides a text box for entering and reviewing  annotations for each defect  


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The defect is assigned to the development team for review.


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 Provides filter fields from where you can define criteria for filtering the data listed in the Defects grid .


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Lists the defects and other entities linked to the currently selected defect  


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The default status when a defect is reported.  


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The testing team has reopened a defect closed by the development team.  


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Enables you to attach files, snapshots, URLs, system information, and clipboard images to provide a better explanation for a defect  


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Indicates the type of the requirement, which may be business, folder, functional, group, testing, or undefined. 


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Lists the tests associated with the currently selected requirement.


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 Displays the comments added by various users for the selected requirement.


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Indicates the component of the application on which the requirement is based. 


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Displays the number of child requirements associated with each risk category


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 Enables you to add and remove traceability links between requirements


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 Displays the total testing time needed to test all assessment requirements included in the risk analysis 


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 Assigns a short description of the requirement.


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Indicates the name of the user who created the requirement.


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Indicates the release to which the requirement is assigned.


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Calculates and analyzes risk for the currently selected requirement.


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Enables you to view and change the values of fields specified for the selected requirement


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Displays the total  time needed to develop all the assessment requirements, based on the required development time you estimated for each assessment requirement 


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Displays a list of changes made to the currently selected requirement.


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Lists the defects linked to the currently selected requirement.


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 Enables you to associate the selected requirement with other requirements in the requirements tree .


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Enables you to add attachments to a requirement.


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Enables you to analyze the impact of requirement changes by reviewing requirement relationships


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Sets the priority level of the requirement. Selections include 1-low, 2-medium, 3-high, ␣␣very high, and 5-urgent.


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Indicates the cycle to which the requirement is assigned. 


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Lists the business model entities linked to the currently selected requirement.

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Indicates whether the requirement has been reviewed and approved. 


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Enables you to add, view, and edit rich text using an editor from within ALM 


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Displays a description of the selected requirement.

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 Indicates the execution status of tests that are linked to a requirement.

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have been made in many areas of the product, such as opening, loading, and running tests. 


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Adds a new blank test to the Tests and Components list. 


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 You can now see the run steps of manual tests executed with Sprinter in ALM reports.


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 XML files which are compatible with HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT).


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You can now view screen captures, in the Step tab, as full images in Run mode. 


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Adds a new component to the Tests and Components list.



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When working in Power mode, you can save manual Sprinter can import the XML file and convert it to an automated GUI test.


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You can now test Web or Native applications using a cloud mobile provider (Perfecto Mobile). 

 


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Displays the Open ALM Test dialog box. The tests you select are added to the Tests and Components list.


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 You can now link a test run to an existing defect


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Excludes the selected requirement from the conversion process


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A test must include only the necessary steps and fields that are needed for its purpose. 


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Each iteration of the test must execute consistently.


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Converts the selected requirement to a subject folder 

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Converts the selected requirement to a test

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A test must be appropriate for its testers and its environment. 


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 Each test should have a distinct objective, such as verifying a specific function or system requirement. 


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A test must map to a requirement or a process.


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Creating test sets and choosing tests to include in each set.

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Enables you to manage resources used by your tests.



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Enables subject matter experts (SMEs) to work with Business Process Testing (BPT), the HP test automation solution.


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Risk-based Quality Management


allow various types of testing, including functional, regression, load, unit, and integration testing each with its own set of requirements, schedules, and procedure. -Advanced test planning capabilities


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You can run tests manually from ALM, using . HP Sprinter



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Analyze ALM data by creating graphs, project reports, and Excel reports.



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Often requires that you leave your testing application to accomplish tasks related to your test.

 


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Developing a clear and concise test plan is fundamental to successful application testing.



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Risk-based Quality Management

can now be designed based upon requirements. ALM can manage both automated and manual tests in the same repository to facilitate the ease of reusability of these assets.  

-Tests


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Risk-based Quality Management

can assign business risk to the requirements that help test managers calculate how much effort to spend on testing each requirement.


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An independent business unit with an organization, with its own set of rules, standards, resources, objectives, and application


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This cycle ensures that the new features meet the expectations of the business.


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Tests the performance of the application for criteria such as number of concurrent users that the application supports and the response time of the application.  


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This cycle tests the new features with existing features that might have been impacted by the changes.  


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Saves and attaches images from the clipboard


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References any valid URL Scheme.


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Attaches spreadsheets, documents, reports, or other types of files.


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Takes a snapshot and saves it as a .jpg file


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Tests the new features of the application implemented in the release.


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Captures and attaches information about your computer


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Define milestones:

Click the KPIs tab. Configure related KPIs and set boundaries for performance against those KPIs.


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The release scope item name.


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Define milestones:

In the releases tree, select a milestone. Click the Milestone Scope tab. Associate the milestone with release scope items.


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Describes the release scope item. Click in the text box to display a toolbar for formatting and spell checking the text


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Release Scope Tab

Refreshes the release scope grid so that it displays the most up-to-date information. 



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Define releases:

Right-click the Releases root folder and select New Release Folder.



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Enables you to select content to be included in the release scope item.


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Release Scope Tab

Opens the New Scope Item dialog box, enabling you to define a release scope item. 


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Allows you to browse through the release scope items.


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Analyze progress:

In the releases tree, select a release. Click the Scorecard tab. View the status and progress of your defined milestones.


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Release Scope Tab

Shows/hides the Description and Content tabs. 



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Clears all the fields in the dialog box. Available from the New Scope Item dialog box.


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Release Scope Tab

Deletes the selected release scope item.


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Displays a synonym, antonym, or related word for the selected word. 

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Define releases:

Right-click a release folder and select New Release.


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Checks the spelling for the selected word or text box.


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Analyze progress:

In the releases tree, select a release. Click the Master Plan tab.

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Release Scope Tab

Opens the Select Columns dialog box, enabling you to determine which fields to display in the release scope grid and their order.



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Release Scope Tab

Opens the Scope Item Details dialog box, enabling you to display the details of the selected release scope item.



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Define milestones:

In the releases tree, right-click a release and select New Milestone.


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Displays the defects grid. Define a filter to determine the defects to be included in the release scope item. 


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Define releases:

On the ALM sidebar, under Management, select Releases.


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 Enables you to configure the way ALM checks spelling.


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Release Scope Tab

Enables you to filter the data according to the criteria that you choose. 



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