9.5. Test Case Results

9.5.1. Single Test Case Results

The Test Case Result screen shows results for individual test cases. The total number of passed, failed, error and skipped results for each test case is shown ( Figure 9.20). To get a better overview of the test cases, the sorting and filtering functionality of the Filter / Sort panel can be used, as described in Section 5.2.5, “Filtering and Sorting”.

This screen displays an overview of the test cases for the project. To narrow the search, the filtering and sorting functionality of the page can be used. The latest result of a test case is displayed in the column.

The Test Case Results Screen

Figure 9.20. The Test Case Results Screen


Clicking the icon starts a retest of the corresponding test case and clicking the opens the test case result page for the corresponding test case.

The icon opens a dialog which enables the user to create a test suite from the selected test cases. The dialog to create the new test suite is shown in Figure 9.21.

The Test Suite from Test Case Results Pop-up

Figure 9.21. The Test Suite from Test Case Results Pop-up


9.5.1. Single Test Case Results

This page shows individual executions of the selected test case. The result of each execution is shown, as well as the system under test and test environment used ( Figure 9.22).

The Single Test Case Results Screen

Figure 9.22. The Single Test Case Results Screen


The test case details panel in the page shows all details of the selected test case. The result of the test cases run is shown using the following icons:

  • the test finished successfully

  • a failure of the system under test has been detected

  • an error occured during the test execution

  • the test result could not be determined

In addition, the ID of each test case result is colored green for passed, orange for failed, red for error or gray for skipped.

If the icon appears in the ID column, this means that the corresponding test case result has been manually changed by a user.

Clicking the icon starts a retest of the test case.

To get a better overview of the test case results, the sorting and filtering functionality of the Filter / Sort panel can be used, as described in Section 5.2.5, “Filtering and Sorting”.

9.5.1.1. Navigating back to the Overview Page

Clicking the Back button brings the user back to the test case results screen ( Figure 9.20), where they may choose another test case.

Clicking on the icon opens up the test case result details screen for the corresponding test case result ( Figure 9.23).

9.5.1.2. The Test Case Results Details Screen

The Test Case Results Details Screen

Figure 9.23. The Test Case Results Details Screen


This page shows the individual step results of the test case result. Users may also edit the Summary, Description and Result of the test case result and of each individual step result. All changes are logged, and any change to results is cascaded to the test case result, test suite result and test run. If a test case result has been changed, the icon is displayed on this page and in all tables where the result is displayed. The Result field of a test case result may only be changed in Klaros-Test­management Enterprise Edition. Figure 9.24 shows the individual step edit dialog.

Editing Test Case Step Results

Figure 9.24. Editing Test Case Step Results


Clicking the icon starts a retest of the test case.

This screen can also be viewed as a printer-friendly page ( Figure 9.25).

The Test Case Results Print Screen

Figure 9.25. The Test Case Results Print Screen


9.5.1.2.1. Location

If location tracking has been enabled on the Klaros-Test­management Mobile Edition Android Client this tab displays an interactive map. for every test case step result there is a marker displayed on the map. The position of the marker on the map corresponds to the coordinates that have been tracked when the user entered the test case step result on his mobile device.

Clicking on one of the markers opens up a popup with details about the test case step result, like the verdict or the description the user has entered.

The Location Tab

Figure 9.26. The Location Tab


The map has several interactive elements on it. The map can be moved in any direction by pressing the left mouse button, holding the mouse button and then moving the mouse. Initially, the map is centered to the marker of the first test case step result. The map is also scaleable. The scaling can be triggered by scrolling the mouse wheel up (scale up) or down (scale down). Alternatively, the toolbar in the upper left of the map can be used to scale the map.