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Properties of a Test Case

Creating Test Cases
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In the Test Inputs window, right-click a test input and click
Insert Test Case
. (If
you insert a test case in this way, the test case is automatically associated with the
test input for traceability. For information, see Setting Up Traceability Using Test
Inputs
on page 54.
Note:
You can run several types of Test Case and listing reports to gather information
about the test cases in your project. For information about reports, see Reporting
Results
on page 173.
Properties of a Test Case
A test case has many properties. These can include:
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The name of the test case (required).
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A description of the test case.
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The owner of the test case For information, see Specifying the Owner on page 40.
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The configurations associated with the test case For information, see Defining the
Configurations to Test
on page 41.
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The iterations associated with the test case For information, see Specifying When
to Run Tests
on page 51.
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Any test inputs associated with the test case For information, see Test Impact
Analysis
on page 53.
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Any external documents associated with the test case.
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The manual and automated implementations of the test case are the actual test
scripts that to be run For information, see Implementing Tests on page 79.