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A software testing report prepared after any type of testing is conducted is one of the prerequisites of a reputable software testing platform. The test automation report is a blueprint that demonstrates how the script was run. It displays the scripts that were run, the stages in the test script that were run, the execution time, the check points that passed or failed, the actual results, and more. Whether the test executions pass or fail, the test execution report should be informative enough to highlight it all.
In the field of quality management, reporting is an important aspect of the development lifecycle. The success and survival of the proposed test automation system is also dependent on how well the reporting mechanism is implemented. Reports can be text-based or graphical in nature. Reports can be used to monitor test case coverage of requirements, see trends in test execution outcomes, or display problems linked with a certain test plan. The most typical report requirements for quality management are met by embedded reporting capabilities with a test management tool.
Test Execution Reports with QARAJ Addon
QARA Test Management for Jira (QARAJ) is a Jira Addon that offers a wide variety of test reports to help the QA team analyze test cases and the performance and results of their testing efforts. It is a product of the QARA Enterprise Test Management suite. Here we shall look at the Test Execution Report functionality of the QARAJ addon for Jira.
Test execution reports provide information about the status of the test effort, including overall software quality and test execution progress against the planned progress. The Execution Report of QARAJ addon showcases all the test executions, including individual testcase executions as well as Test Cycle level executions. The individual reports can be viewed in folder format. The Execution Report comprises of 2 sections – Test Case Statistics and Execution Summary (in Graphical as well as Tabular form). There are filters available to filter the data as required and it can be exported to PDF or MS Excel format or shared on email.
So, that was about Test Execution Reports with the QARAJ addon and how you can organize test executions with ease with the add on. QARAJ even offers a simple and easy installation process. Have you had a chance to try QARAJ yet? Click here to get the QARAJ add-on on the Atlassian Marketplace.