Open source tools for test case management.

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  • #13053

    Ery
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    @ery77

    Hi testers,
    I would like to know what are open source for test case management that recommended.
    Goals are :
    1. for managed test cases while exploratory testing.
    2. that readable, for regression test in the next testing process.

    Regards,
    ery.k

    #13070

    vikram
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    @vikramvi

    Hi Ery,

    I’m into testing since last 14 years and since last 4 months exploring more on BDD and better ways of testing.

    1. IMHO maintaining test cases separately which only QA engineer will refer to is NOT a good solution any more

    2. Have a repository to maintain user stories / executable specifications ( BDD ) in GitHub or tool like hiptest

    3. Once you’ve user stories in place , then it become “living documentation” which everyone in project can refer to.

    Conclusion get rid of “test case” and adopt “user stories”

    Regards,
    Vikram

    P.S. I’m trying out in a web based project and getting to perfection in this new technique.

    #17256

    Scott
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    @asherwood

    We’ve recently put a list together of the top free test case management tools at https://blog.testlodge.com/free-test-case-management-tools-list/ which should help you research what software is available.

    Not all of these are open-source, but they are all free and when we reviewed them Tarantula was our favourite tool and may be the most suitable for what you need.

    Scott

    #17341

    Tassawer
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    @tassaweramin

    @asherwood very informative post, hope it will help @ery77 in selecting a tool as per her requirements.

    #17344

    Ery
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    @ery77

    Thank you scott for your information, I will look into the list. I am working on windows as my OS then i will choose tools that run in windows. Thank you 🙂

     

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