Requirement management

TESSY features a built-in requirement management system that allows you to create requirements and link them to test cases. Reports generated by TESSY reveal, if there are requirements without tests at all, or with unexecuted tests, or with failed tests. Requirements traceability allows to estimate the impact of a requirement change. Requirements can also be imported from Requirement Management Systems (RMS) like DOORS in various file formats, e.g. ReqIF. Validation results can also be exported back to the RMS via ReqIF.

A special integration exists with Polarion; it allows to export test cases by a click of the mouse to Polarion. The linkage of requirements to test cases then takes place in Polarion.

A requirement (including a sketch) in TESSY
A requirement (including a sketch) in TESSY

Linkage of requirements

 Requirements can be linked to modules, test objects, and/or test cases
Requirements can be linked to modules, test objects, and/or test cases

Requirements coverage test report

After the tests are run, Tessy displays the achieved requirements coverage
After the tests are run, Tessy displays the achieved requirements coverage

New requirements

If new baselines of requirements are imported, TESSY marks the affected elements (e.g. test cases) as “suspicious”.

It is then up to the user to decide if the test object and test case needs to be adapted to the new requirement or not (e.g. if only a typo was corrected).

TESSY displays the differences between versions of requirements
TESSY displays the differences between versions of requirements

Unit-Test Training

Format: online training
Schedule: December 09 - 13, 2024
Duration: 5 days, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Language of instruction: English
Cost: 1,980.00 EUR (early bird discount 100 EUR)

 

Vom 17. bis 21. Juni 2024 findet ein Unit-Test Online-Training auf Deutsch statt.

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