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Create Test Case
You can create Test Cases in two ways using previously written reusable templates (Test Case Templates) or directly under the Test Plan when you do not need to use them later (they can be used, for example, as ad-hoc tests or exploratory tests).
Keep in mind that we recommend using Test Case Templates because of the full path connection between requirement, test coverage, test execution, and reported bugs. This connection is used in reports. If you create Test Cases without using Test Case Templates some reports will not show them in results.
Create Test Cases using Test Case Templates
You can create Test Cases using the following operations:
- Create Test Cases in the Test Plan.
- Add to existing Test Plan in the Test Case Template.
- Create Test Plan with Test Cases operation from the menu More in requirement view. In this method, you create both Test Plan and Test Cases based on the Coverage panel from Requirements.
- Create Test Plan in the Test Repository view. With this operation, you will create a Test Plan with Test Cases based on the contents of folders from the Test Repository.
- Create Test Plan with grouped TCs in the Test Repository view. In this method, you will create a Test Plan with Test Cases, where the contents of the folders will be reflected as groups on the Test Plan.
Create Test Cases directly under Test Plan
As Test Cases are subtasks, we create them directly from the Test Plan view.
To create a Test Case :
- Go to the Test Plan you created earlier.
- Click menu More and select Create sub-task.
- In the Issue Type select Test Case.
- Fill in the Summary field and other fields that will be useful during testing.
- Optionally: Select a requirement in the Requirement field.
- Complete the Preconditions field.
- Complete the Steps field.
Learn more about how you can describe the steps using the field options on the Steps design page.
- Click Create.
You have created a Test Case on the Test Plan.