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Monitoring Test Results
QA managers can then review test summary information to assess overall product quality and determine when the product is ready to ship.
In the QA Test Plans view, the number of executions (passes) of the test plan and the status as assessed by the tester the last time the test plan was executed. The more passes of the test plan and the higher the stability of the tested area, the greater the overall product quality.
QA managers can run queries on these fields to pinpoint areas of risk to product quality. To identify which new product features have been tested to only a minimum level, and which features may be unstable, do the following.
To identify features that are incompletely tested or unstable
- Navigate to the Release screen > QA Test Plans view.
- Create a query as specified in one of the following fields:
- In the Passes field, enter < n, where n is the minimum number of test iterations that you think is adequate at this point in the release.
In each test plan the query returns, click the Related Features field to display the features that are at risk because they have not been fully tested.
- In the Last Build field, enter Unstable or another value listed in the Status field on the QA Tests subview that represents a low-quality assessment.
In each test plan the query returns, click the Related Features field to display the features that are at risk because they may not have been functional in the most recent test.