Add Or Edit Requirements

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.

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Add And Edit Manual Test Cases And Test Steps

The Test Designer page allows users to manage their Test Cases and Test Steps. Only Active Test Cases appear in Test Designer. For Automated Test Cases, see Add And Edit Automated Test Cases And Test Steps. Users can also Quick Search and Advanced Search, and Manage Test Case Folders. 1. Add and Edit Test Cases

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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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Add/Edit A TEBR

Introduction TEBRs are used to govern the process of allocating Environments to the various projects or Agile delivery teams within your organization. TEBRs enable you to request multiple Environment Bookings for a period of time and manage each request through a process of review, conflict resolution, and confirmation. Using TEBRs

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Add/Edit Systems

Introduction This article provides a brief overview of steps to add and edit Systems in Plutora. Pre-requisite You must have ‘Create System’ and ‘Update System’ user permissions. Navigation Environment > Systems Add a System To add a System: Navigate to the ‘Systems’ page. Click .  The ‘Create New System’ page

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Add/Edit Deployment Plans

Introduction This article provides a brief overview of steps to add and edit Master Deployment Plans and Deployment Plans. To learn more, see Master/Child/Independent Deployment Plan. You can create a Master Deployment Plan or a Deployment Plan. To learn more, see Master/Child/Independent Deployment Plan. See Introduction to Deployment Plan Library

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Add Or Edit PIR Items

Introduction This article provides an overview of steps to add a new or edit an existing PIR item on the PIR Manager page. Pre-requisite To be able to add and edit a PIR item, you must have ‘Create PIR Item’ and ‘Update PIR Item’ User Permissions. Navigation PIR > Manager Add/Edit

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Add/Edit Changes

Introduction A Change is a request to deliver new functionality or to make updates to existing functionality, within a Release or Project. A Change lists the technical aspects of a functional change to a System and includes impacts, timings, approvals, and Stakeholders. Changes can have workflows that allows administrators to control the way Changes

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Add/Edit A TECR

Introduction Add or edit a TECR (Test Environment Change Request) when you need to update an Environment or promote a Build to a new Environment. TECRs are used to govern changes to Environments such as: Code deployments Database Data refresh Infrastructure Updates Environment Configuration updates Network updates Server and firmware patches. TECRs

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Add/Edit Environment Groups

Introduction Environment Groups are a way of organizing your Environments so that: Their use case can be shown. For example, UAT Environments might have their own Environment Group. Environment maps can show how they communicate with each other. You can add and edit Environment Groups on this page and set what

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Add/Edit Environments

Introduction You can add and edit Environments on the Environment Manager page. You can also duplicate environments. Pre-requisite You must have ‘Create Environments’ and ‘Update Environments’ user permissions. Navigation Environment > Manager Add an Environment To add an Environment: Navigate to the ‘Environment’ page. Click. The ‘Environment’ pop-up displays. Fill

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