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About Test Case Reports

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Chapter 6 - Evaluating Tests
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Listing reports Use to display test assets and their properties that are stored in a
Rational project.
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Performance testing reports Use to analyze the performance of a server under
specified conditions.
About Test Case Reports
Test case reports track the progress of planning, implementation, and execution of test
cases. These reports have multiple display formats including bar chart, stack chart,
area chart, line chart, pie chart, and tree view.
There are three types of test case reports:
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Test Case Distribution
Shows how thoroughly your test plan covers the
requirements and test inputs that you must test by displaying information such as
the number of test cases planned, who created them, what the configuration
information is, and whether the test cases have been implemented manually or
with a test script. For more information, see About Test Case Distribution Reports on
page 174.
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Test Case Results Distribution
Shows the same information as Test Case
Distribution reports for test cases that contain results from running a test script,
test case, or suite. For more information, see About Test Case Results Distribution
Reports
on page 175.
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Test Case Trend
Shows the number of test inputs and test cases that are planned,
developed, executed, or that have met the testing criteria over a period of time. For
more information, see About Test Case Trend Reports on page 182.
In Test Case Distribution and Test Case Results Distribution reports, you can show
test cases that are suspect. A test case is suspect if a test input with which it is
associated changes in a meaningful way, implying that the test case coverage for that
test input is no longer sufficient. For more information, see About Reporting Test Case
Suspicion
on page 180.
About Test Case Distribution Reports
Use Test Case Distribution reports during the planning and implementation phases of
a project. A test case distribution report helps you determine:
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The number of test cases planned.
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The number of test cases implemented with test scripts.
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The number of test cases that have not been implemented.
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The number of test cases implemented with a manual or automated test script.