November 29, 2012
Three Reasons You’ll Want to Check Out TestTrack Matrix Reports
TestTrack 2013 introduces matrix reports, which is a new report type that is available regardless of the type of TestTrack license you have. Matrix reports make it easy to analyze linked and related items. These reports can help you perform coverage analysis to ensure adequate testing against a project's requirements, impact analysis to see what items may be impacted if you make a change, and other types of analysis. If you haven’t checked them out yet, here’s some of what you’re missing.Email sign up
- They can show you, in one report, information about all of the items you’re tracking in TestTrack. If you are linking items—whether it’s multiple, related defects or requirements with associated test cases and test results—you can now see all of that data in one report.
- If you’ve ever wanted to tweak the detail or list reports to change the formatting, control what fields are displayed or use your corporate logo in the header, you can now create your own reports without needing to know how to customize the report stylesheets using XSLT.
- They make it very easy for you to leverage your filters, folders, test run sets, links, and document relationships to control the data in reports.