In this video, I'll show you how to create reproducible defect reports using Defect Scribe. To get started, we'll need to launch Defect Scribe. In this example, I'm going to be verifying that I can successfully register for training on the WysiCorp website.
Once it's configured, click “Record” to begin the recording process. Defect Scribe is automatically directing me to the WysiCorp website. The first thing we need to do is go to the left side of the screen and click “Training”. Now we need to click “Register” under WysiCorp 100. As I do this, a form should appear where we can input our information, but as you can see, nothing has happened, therefore, we have found a defect on this webpage. Here you can now stop the recording process of Defect Scribe.
As you can see, Defect Scribe has taken my recorded actions into a step-by-step visual script of my test steps. From here, I can now create my defect report using Helix ALM. Here you will need to sign in with your Helix ALM credentials. You'll want to select “Sample Project” and select “OK”. First thing we're going to need to do here is create a more descriptive summary for the defect. We need to change the type of defect it is. For this example, we have an incorrect functionality. Now we are going to go down to steps to reproduce. Notice that it has copied the exact steps I've taken to find this issue with screenshots, so the developer assigned to fix this issue should have no problem reproducing it.
At this point, it looks like our defect report is ready to go, so we should go down here and click “Apply”. And now you should click “OK”, and the screen should disappear. It is really that easy to create a defect report with clear and concise steps using Defect Scribe.