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Large Testplans - Dividing a testplan into a master plan and subplans
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Dividing a testplan into a master plan and subplans
Note For more information on how to define attributes and attribute
values, see Chapter 11, "Categorizing and Marking Testplans".
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Click Generate.
QA Organizer generates the report and displays it in the lower half of the
dialog. For example:
Note If the testplan is structured as a master plan with associated
subplans, QA Organizer opens any closed subplans prior to
generating the report.
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You can:
Print the report.
Export the report to a comma-delimited ASCII file. You can then
bring the report into a spreadsheet application that accepts comma-
delimited data.
Chart (graph) the report, just as you can chart a Pass/Fail report. For
more information, see "Generating a testplan Pass/Fail chart" on
page 165 (e
verything in that section also applies to charting
Completion reports, except for the description of adding results from
another execution of the testplan, which applies only to Pass/Fail
reports).
Dividing a testplan into a master plan and subplans
Introduction
If several engineers in your QA department will be working on a testplan, it
makes sense to break up the plan into a master plan and subplans. The master
plan contains only the top few levels of group descriptions, and the subplans