Welcome to the Oracle Test Manager User Guide. This guide explains how to use Oracle Test Manager and the Administrator to organize and manage your overall Web testing process.


This guide is for developers, administrators, managers, QA engineers, and testers who will be using Oracle Test Manager to track requirements, tests, and issues for testing projects.

This guide is for the following users:


Although no specific technical knowledge is required, some knowledge of test management and defect tracking is assumed. Administrators should be familiar with the concepts of user roles and database administration and management.

Using This Guide

This guide is organized as follows:

Chapter 1, "Introduction" provides an overview of Oracle Test Manager.

Chapter 2, "Basics" explains how to install Oracle Test Manager and describes the main window.

Chapter 3, "Working With Projects" describes how to create and manage projects.

Chapter 4, "Working With Test Plans" explains how to create and maintain test plans.

Chapter 5, "Working With Requirements" explains how to create and maintain requirements.

Chapter 6, "Working With Tests" explains how to create, run, and maintain tests.

Chapter 7, "Working With Issues" explains how to create and maintain issues.

Chapter 8, "Working With Reports" explains how use the Reports and Dashboard tabs to view, customize, email, and export reports.

Chapter 9, "Configuring Databases" explains how to add, remove, and update databases to Oracle Test Manager.

Chapter 10, "Administering the Database" explains how to use the Administrator to maintain project preferences, users, permissions, and project components.

Chapter 11, "Using the Windows Interface" describes the Windows interface to Oracle Test Manager.

Appendix A, "Screen Capture Utility" describes how to use the Screen Capture utility.

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Related Documents

For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Application Testing Suite documentation set:


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