February 18, 2014
What’s New in TestTrack 2014 Documentation
TestTrack 2014 was recently released and we have made some documentation updates we want to tell you about. Documentation is available on our web site and from the Help menu or button in the TestTrack client applications. If you have documentation suggestions, please let us know.Email sign up
New! Seapine Cloud FAQSeapine now offers Seapine Cloud, which is a cloud-based hosting solution for TestTrack. Seapine can manage TestTrack installation, configuration, database administration, data backup, and other administrative tasks for your organization. Check out the FAQ to learn more about this offering.
New! Upgrading to TestTrack Web 2014 FAQThe new TestTrack web application, introduced with TestTrack 2013.1, has tons of new features and enhancements. The new web application replaces TestTrack Pro Web, TestTrack RM Reviewer, and TestTrack TCM Test Runner. You can now work with requirements, documents, issues, test cases, and test runs in one unified web application. Before you upgrade, check out the upgrade FAQ to learn everything you need to know about why you should upgrade, the differences between the old web clients and new application, and tasks that the TestTrack administrator needs to complete to get your team up and running.
TestTrack Web helpAs I mentioned, the TestTrack web client has lots of new features and enhancements. For a summary, check out what’s new. Here are some topics you’ll want to read to get acquainted with new features added in this release:
- Organizing Items with Folders This book now includes information about using the Folders list, adding folders, configuring release planning information, ranking items in folders, and more.
- Managing Tests You can now work with test cases in the web client and this book tells you everything you need to know. Read about using the Test Cases list, adding test cases, moving test cases through the workflow, generating test runs, viewing test run status, and more.
- Managing Requirements You can now do much more with requirements and documents. Learn about new ways to control information you see in documents, modifying requirements in documents, duplicating documents, and generating test cases from requirements.