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Test Configuration

This document is based on MTA version 1.8.

Definition

A Test Configuration is an executable test script that describes which Test Suites and which Test Applications will be/are tested.

The Test Configuration is the highest or first level of the 4-layer framework that is used in MTA.

Properties

NameDescription
NameThe name of the Test Configuration.
CiCd enabledIf set to Yes, the Test Configuration will be executed if one of it is associated Test Applications is executed via Ci/Cd API.

Business rules

  • The name is mandatory.
  • The application revision of the Test Suite must be equal to the application revision of the Test Configuration, with the same Application in order to be able to execute the Test Configuration.
  • There can only be two Test Runs per Test Configuration that are Pinned.

Actions on Test Configuration

View Test Configurations

  • Navigate to the "Test design" page in MTA to view a list of all the Test Configurations in MTA.

Create a new Test Configuration

  • Navigate to the "Test design" page in MTA.
  • Add a new Test Configuration and enter a Name and optional Description.
  • Choose whether the Test Configuration should be Ci/Cd enabled.

For more about Ci/Cd, read the How To section.

Execute a Test Configuration

There are multiple ways to execute a Test Configuration.

From the "Test design" page:

  • Click on Execute on the Test Configuration you want to execute.

From the Test Run overview page:

  • Click on Execute on the Test Configuration you want to execute.

From a Test Suite:

  • Click on "Execute" and go to "Test Run overview".
  • Click "Proceed on the confirmation window".

From a Data Variation:

  • Click on "Execute and go to Test Run overview".
  • Click "Proceed on the confirmation window".

From a Test Run:

  • Click on "Execute Test Configuration"

Delete a Test Configuration

  • Go to the "Test design" page in MTA.
  • Click on to delete the Test Configuration you want to delete.

Note that Testers cannot delete Test Configurations.

Restore a deleted Test Configuration

  • Go to the "Test design" page in MTA.
  • Go to "Deleted configurations".
  • Click on "Recover" on the Test Configuration you want to restore.

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Last updated 20 september 2022