This course covers all aspects of using HP ALM to manage your testing projects, from developing your requirements and planning your software releases, through to writing test scripts, executing them and raising and managing defects. New features such as Sprinter, Business Views and Project Reports are explained in depth. The course covers best practices, how the traceability model works and reporting facilities.
Throughout the course practical examples are demonstrated, and the delegates get to practice what they have learned in each chapter within ALM.
Understand what can be stored in ALM and how to import existing data
Understand how to extract reports and metrics from ALM
Understand how to use Version Control features to safeguard your test assets
By the end of the course you should have a complete understanding of all the modules within ALM and how it should be used to manage your testing projects from start to finish
Introduction to ALM
Overview of the ALM interface, brief explanation of the ALM architecture and login process
How to plan for your software releases and for each release how to plan your testing cycles
How to create your own requirement types, how to write requirements, how to link them back to cycles and releases How to implement requirement traceability How to implement risk-based analysis against test requirements
How to import existing Business Models into ALM from other modelling tools
How to use the Test Plan module to develop test scripts How to use parameterisation in your scripts Creation of reusable scripts How to link tests to requirements How to create multiple Test Configurations to test multiple use-cases
How to store and manage shared test assets such as Function Libraries, Object Repositories, Data Tables How to check dependencies on shared assets
How to create Test Sets Test Execution and results Creating Host Groups, and configuring execution flow Test Set Options Traceability of defects raised in test runs
How to use the new Sprinter manual test runner Configuration of Sprinter, Data Injection, using Macros, the Storyboard and screen capture and annotation are all covered in this chapter as well as creating new manual tests from a Sprinter recording
The Defect Life Cycle How to raise defects and track them through the life-cycle The traceability model in ALM
Explores the Project Planning and Tracking module to define scope items, milestones and set up KPIs to ensure project deadlines are met
Using analysis and the Dashboard for generating reports and graphs How to use the report generator and the Excel reporting utility How to use the new Business Views and how to create your own Template Reports
Using version control, creating Libraries and Baselines Pinning Test sets to Baselines Comparing Baselines Importing Libraries
Exporting from MS Office
How to install the MS Office add-ins How to export data from Excel into ALM
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