Chapter 1. Key Features

Table of Contents

1.1. Klaros-Test­management Community Edition Features
1.2. Klaros-Test­management Enterprise Edition Features

1.1. Klaros-Test­management Community Edition Features

Key features of Klaros-Test­management Community Edition:

Management of Test-related Artifacts

Klaros-Test­management allows management of projects, iteration, requirements, test cases, test suites, test environments, systems under test, test runs and test results.


Klaros-Test­management supports revisioning of requirements, test cases and test suites. Different versions can be applied to individual systems under test and test environments with full traceability of their results.

Saving Binary Attachments

Klaros-Test­management allows to save binary content of any type (text documents, graphics, screenshots etc.) to test cases and their results, iterations, requirements, systems under test, test environments and test suites.

Reports and Statistics

With Klaros-Test­management, reports and statistics for test results can easily be assembled. All test related data is stored in a database and can be accessed at any time.

Report File Export

The report files can be exported into various file formats, such as PDF, HTML, CSV and TXT.

Guided Manual Test Execution

Klaros-Test­management supports the tester during execution of manual tests. A web-based client leads the tester through the test steps, allows him to attach comments and attachments and automatically records the test process and results.

Continuation of Interrupted Work

Manual execution can be paused whenever and be resumed any later time.


Klaros-Test­management supports a fine grained role based user management system connected with a rights and role system. In this way the access and editing rights of single users can be restricted for critical data.

Interoperability with continuous integration servers (Jenkins/Hudson)

A Jenkins/Hudson plug-in enables transfer of results of automated tests on the continuous integrations server to Klaros-Test­management.

Integration with Issue Management Systems

Integration with Bugzilla, GitHub, GitLab, JIRA, Mantis, Redmine and Trac enable direct documentation of issues found while executing a test.

Import Interfaces for Test Cases

Test case definitions can be imported in well-defined XML and Excel formats.

Import Interface for Test Automation

Test results from test automation software (e.g. JUnit) can be easily imported and added to the manual test results. Supported test automation software includes: AUnit, Boost Test, Check, CppTest, CppUnit, ctest, CUnit, embUnit, Fitnesse, Free Pascal Unit, Gauge (via xml-report plugin), GoogleTest, Glib / gtester, JBehave, JMeter, Jubula / GUIDancer, JSUnit, JUnit, MbUnit, MSTest, NUnit, PHPUnit, QF-Test, QTestLib, Ranorex, Selenium (via JUnit XML result format), Squish (via JUnit XML result format), TESSY, TestComplete, TestNG, TUSAR, UFT / QTP, UnitTest++, Valgrind and

Backup and Restore

Complete test projects can be backed up and restored. The restore interface can also be used to import foreign data from XML files.