Filter Defects

The Defects page allows users to: View, search, and filter all Defects. See their associated Priorities, Assignees. This page lists all the Defects, including those created during Test Execution and those created independently. Also see how to Quick Search and Advanced Search, Add or Edit Defects, Duplicate Defects, and Delete Defects. Filter and Search Defects To

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Quick Search And Advanced Search

Click  under the Requirements, Test Designer, Test Execution, and Defects tabs to perform: Quick Search: Simply click Advanced Search, type a search keyword, and press the Enter key on your keyboard to search the entity’s ID, Name, Description, and Comments (if Comments exist for that entity). Advanced Search: Click Advanced Search and build queries on core and

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Add Or Edit Defects

Plutora Test allows users to add Defects during the Test Execution phase or by clicking the +Add defect button. Also see how to Quick Search and Advanced Search, Filter Defects, Duplicate Defects, and Delete Defects. Add or Edit a Defect Defects are usually added during the Test Execution phase, but they can also be added separately. To add or edit

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Bulk Update Defects

1. Filter and Search Defects To bulk update Defects: Click Defects. Filter and Advanced Search for the Defects you would like to bulk update: If no filters or search parameters are applied, ALL Defects will be included in the bulk update. Use the grid column filters, the Project/Release combo box or Advanced

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View Plutora Test Activity History

The Plutora Test Activity History of a record contains a searchable history of the events and updates associated with that record. For Plutora’s Audit History, click here. How to View the Activity History Click the Activity History   button at the top-right corner of the pop up: Search and filter the history: Live

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Duplicate Defects

Duplicating a Defect saves users from re-entering information. Also see how to Filter and Search Defects, Add or Edit Defects, and Delete Defects. Duplicate a Defect To duplicate a Defect: Click Defects. Select Duplicate from the Defect’s menu button  (three dots) in the Action  column on the far right.  

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Delete Defects

Deleting a Defect cannot be undone. Also see how to Filter and Search Defects, Add or Edit Defects, and Duplicate Defects. Delete a Defect To delete a Defect: Click Defects. Select Delete from the Defect’s menu button  (three dots) in the Action column on the far right. Click Yes to confirm the deletion.  

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