We just released new test case distribution report. It’ll be available under Project Menu > Reports
With effect from 15th June, 2015 – the prices for self-hosted versions will be revised from $150/user to $200/user. Unlimited user license will be revised from $8000 to $9500.
Save big on self-hosted license if you decide to buy before 15th June.
Currently our test execution popup works well for many teams where sequential-execution is a must. But it has a drawback: flexibility.
Many teams need flexibility in their testing without enforcing order of test cases execution. We’ve now made such a scenario possible with new execution interface. So, instead of popup, your test case information is displayed side-by-side as test cases tree list. This means, you can jump to any test case or suite in middle of execution and come back to test case where you left, very easily.
This feature is currently alpha and is available on request while we collect more feedback from users. It will be available as configurable option on all instances soon.
First off, we apologize to all our hosted customers for two consecutive outages in last 24 hours which resulted in downtime of 15 minutes and 60 minutes respectively.
What went wrong?
Our billing server had an unexpected issues at data center which required a manual restart – this should have been simple enough. But due to some issue, server was stuck while restart operation. Although the application server (HTTP Server + DB) was running all the time during both outages, it interacts with billing server – and when it failed to do so, many of you saw following error:
“Plan for this account has been expired. Contact your account owner”
What we’re doing to avoid this in future?
Note: As much as I’d like to put this in simple words but if you’re not a web expert you might not understand this part but we’d still like to keep things transparent with all of you.
First two changes are to be implemented immediately within 48 hours.
Once again, we apologize for this inconvenience.
We are proud to announce the release of Test Collab 1.6 today with several important features and enhancements.
Create customized reports, view trends of your test data along with many important test metrics.
JIRA REST API Integration
New User Interface
Requirements management feature is out of beta with many improvements
Test Collab 1.5 launched, introducing Test Case versioning, Active directory integration and custom fields for test cases
We are happy to announce the release of Test Collab v1.5. This version introduces Test Case versioning, Active directory integration and custom fields for test cases. Complete changelog of 1.5 is as follows:
#6007 Feature: Executor name should be shown on test case index of bi-integration panel
#5959 Bug: CSV Export has issues with special characters
#5943 Feature: Encrypt external passwords and api keys before storing in database
#5942 Feature: Test case versioning of custom fields
#5915 Bug: Autocomplete for suite dashboard and execution assign fails if regular expression special characters are present
#5900 Feature: Revision note field on test case edit form
#5840 Feature: Test case versioning
#4641 Feature: Execution start and end timestamps
#3366 Feature: View own execution permission
#3306 Feature: LDAP and Active directory integration for user authentication
#2958 Requirement: Custom fields for test cases
#2897 Requirement: How a role assigned to a user can be changed?
#2704 Bug: Order of test cases in Tracibility matrix
#3848 Feature: Xml import of test cases and suites
#4605 Bug: Editing project level test automation settings (parameters) aren’t reflected immediately on ‘test automate’ page
#5056 Bug: All tags cannot be removed from a test case
#4543 Bug: If there are no test suites and cases in a project then clicking Search or Reset buttons on suites manage redirect me to project’s dashboard
#4511 Bug: Checkbox are shown on all columns of tree
#3459 Bug: At the time of editing a test execution, related (though archived) milestone should be shown selected
#1944 Bug: user should not be able to delete a role which is already assigned to some users
#5774 Feature: Improve import processing screen
#5727 Feature: Suite Hierarchy structure on copy from other project
#5567 Feature: Unfuddle custom fields with select type and their option ids
#5021 Feature: Change all flash charts to JS
#4800 Feature: Test run templates
#4617 Feature: Implement new responsive select list on export page
#4353 Feature: Improve import from other project
#4316 Feature: Reusable steps after import (copy) should expand as separate steps
#4027 Feature: Option to copy test suite
#5250 Enhancement: ajax url should be independent of siteUrl in the config
#2957 Requirement: Export execution report
#4618 Enhancement: Suites dashboard state should be sharable.
#4520 Enhancement: Automatically set the selected suite as parent when redirecting to add test case page from suites manage page
#4519 Enhancement: Auto complete on suites combo on add test case
#4476 Enhancement: Sorted tree structure for suites selection for various pages
#4475 Enhancement: Sorted tree structure for suites on Export page
#4462 Enhancement: When a limited rights user is to be shown “No Access” message, can we redirect him to last used (referer) page in place of the dashboard or project’s overview page ?
#4444 Enhancement: Better responsive select box for large list
#3635 Enhancement: Title of newly copied test case should be unqiue
#3927 Feature: Automatic redirection to the requested page after user has logged in
Many of you asked for it, so here it is. We are sorry for a little delay in this release – but now it is here and ready to use. Visit Downloads page.
For those of you who missed our little demo on two-way integration, please take a look at our previous blog post on Two-way integration. Note that we have used Redmine to prepare a video demonstration, same features and functionality is available on JIRA 5 and 6 versions.
We hope you’ll like this release and as always for any support, queries and feedback – feel free.
Now quickly create test cases, assign test executions and manage software testing from within your issue manager. We have released two-way integration plugins which makes all of it possible. No need to login into multiple systems, just save the Test Collab API key once in your issue manager and you’re done.
The video below shows how this feature connects Redmine and Test Collab, same is available for other issue managers too:
To know more, visit help page for two-way integration.
Imagine being able to track your manual and automated test results from a same place. Sounds cool right? With Test Collab not only you can do exactly that but also assign tests to human or machine with just a few clicks without messing up with a dozen APIs or doing custom code. The bottom line is:
- You create test and store them in your test case manager so other team members can run it.
- Few of these tests are automated too.
- But there is no easy way to keep track of automated results for each test. Okay, maybe your build server does that but then again you have to check test results at two different places: Test Case manager for manual test and Build server for automated test.
And to run manual test, you will assign an execution to your team. Similarly you will trigger a new build on your build server for running automated tests.
We know this is unproductive so we bring you our new improved remote executor.
For people who never read about remote executors yet, here’s a quick summary: Test Collab Remote Executor turns your machine into a test slave which is used to run automated tests. It posts all necessary info produced while testing to Test Collab server for analysis. Check the how-to screen cast here (little outdated) – it isn’t best explanation but will help you in a basic way. For further help, you can always reach our support team.
While we launched this quite a while back, but now we revamped the whole thing and added support for linux platform too. This is first stable release of our remote executor. Download here
We’ve introduced two new types of licenses for Test Collab: site licenses (i.e. no restrictions on number of users) and free licenses for non-profit groups.
Site license is available for both self-hosted and hosted instances. For hosted site license, we deploy your account on a dedicated instance which would be dynamically and automatically scaled as per your needs. You wouldn’t have to worry about storage/space/memory etc. ever. Read more about the new pricing options
Free licenses are meant for non-profit groups and are issued on case-by-case basis. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your firm and registration details, along with a basic description of where you intend to use Test Collab. Not-for-profit open source projects are also welcome too.