Requirements are the goals a piece of software must achieve in order to be accepted. For example, the Requirements of a website might be that it works on devices and is usable across browsers. Plutora Test allows users to create any number of Requirements that can be reused in multiple tests.
Plutora Test allows users to add or edit any number of Requirements, so they can be reused in multiple tests.
To add or edit a Requirement:
- Click Requirements.
- Add or edit a Requirement:
- Click to select a user group or user from the Assigned to drop down menu.
- Type a Requirement ID.
- Type a Requirement Name. (Mandatory field.)
- Type a Requirement Description. (Mandatory field.)
- Click to select a category from the Category drop down menu.
- Manage attachments:
To manage attachments, users need the Attachment View / Download, Attachment Access, Attachment Create, and Attachment Delete user permissions.
- Add an attachment:
- View an attachment:
- Download an attachment:
- Delete an attachment:
- Click Test Coverage combo box (not the non-editable field above) and select the Test Plans that are associated with the Requirement.
- Manage Dependencies:
A Dependency is a relationship between the Requirement and another Requirement. For instance, the Requirement may be Required For another Requirement.
- Add a Dependency.
- Delete a Dependency.
- Manage Comments (while editing a Requirement only):
To manage comments, users need the Comments View, Comments Create, and Comments Update user permissions.
- Add a comment by typing your comment in the Your comment… field and clicking Send.
- Click Edit to edit your comment.
- Click Reply to reply to a comment.
- To tag a User, so that your tagged comment appears in their Comment Stream:
- Click to select the Project/Release that the Requirement is associated with.
The fields under the Project/Release drop down menu are custom fields created using the Requirements Custom Fields Customization. Ask your administrator how to fill them in.
Click the clock-shaped button on the top right of the pop up to view the Activity History of the record. To see more information about Activity History, click here.