For a very long time now, in many of the monthly versions, we’ve been improving the reporting options of defects. This includes enhancements to the trackers integration, supporting two-ways synchronization between your tracker and Testuff defects module, reporting of defects, and more. Testuff 1.57 is no different. It includes some new features, directed to improve your experience when reporting defects and working with your bug tracker. One main feature is the import of defects from your tracker to Testuff. This completes an array of options – export defects from testuff to your tracker, linking failed tests to existing defects, and synchronization of defects status from your tracker to Testuff.
The new version includes also a brand new Status on the Test Runner. This ‘Blocked’ status is another example to our continuous work and dialog with clients.
We’ve made quite a progress with our web-based Testuff test management solution and we expect to be on schedule this year with the first version.
So what’s new on the version:
- Bug Trackers:
- Import defects from your Bug Tracker. You can now import defects from your tracker to Testuff, for better defect management. A complete two-ways process, together with the defects export from Testuff to the tracker.
- GitHub – new predefined fields added, Assigned-to and Milestone
- FogBugz – Custom field Description now supported
- New status on tests execution – Blocked
- New Reports:
- Test list in Requirements includes now an option to operate on all
- API – You can now add a comment when closing a defect from the tracker (using the URL for this close action)
- Better time-tracking and planning. Total Estimated remaining time, of not-run tests in the lab, now calculated and shown in the tester’s statistics box.
Visit our Website for a full list of all new features in all versions since 2007.
Testuff. There’s always something to wait for.
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