Oracle Test Manager
Oracle Test Manager
Oracle Test Manager is an easy to use tool that allows you to organize and manage
your overall testing process. It provides a single unified platform for sharing
information among team members.
Oracle Test Manager has the following features and advantages for integrated
requirements management and defect tracking for both manual and automated tests:
2.Test Planning and Management
4.Integration with Oracle Application Testing Suite
Step 1: Test Plan
1. Create a Test Plan for a script Testing.
2. The number of test plans displayed is determined by the number enter in the
maximum Tree Nodes field in options.
3. Edit this Test Plan,Print,e-Mail ,Navigation options are available in the Test Plan
4. Click on an associated requirement to view its details.
5. Click on an attachment to open it in the appropriate application.
6. Click on a link to view the URL in a separate browser window.
7. Select Add/Edit to add or edit attachments, links, or associated items.
Step 2: Requirement
1.Create Requirements for the Script Testing
2.To Create a Requirement.
3.Search requirements by clicking the Find button.
4.Group requirements by clicking Group.
5.Filter requirements by clicking Filter.
6.Toggle between the tree view and grid view by clicking the Tree View and Grid
7.The color of the icon in front of the requirement indicates its priority. The default
colors are as follows and can be changed by changing the order of the Requirement
Priorities in the Administrator.
a) Red, high priority
b) Yellow, medium priority
c) Green, low priority
Step 3: Test
1.It allows to create a New Test or run/edit an existing script.
2.Schedule when to run tests by clicking the Schedule button.
3.The icon in front of the test indicates the type of test as follows:
a) Manual test – blue with a pencil.
b) Test folder – blue with a spiral.
c) Oracle OpenScript – blue with a pencil.
d) Test group – blue with a plus sign.
e) 3rd Party test – blue with two stars
4.The color of the icon in front of the test indicates the last result from running the test,
a) Green, passed
b) Red, failed
c) Yellow, warning
d) Blue, not run
e) Silver, currently running
5.Create a new test and run the test in Oracle OpenScript
Select script from the mounted repository.
6.Click Run this Test and Testing will be automated .
7.Allow to Add/Edit the Test Steps.
8.Click Edit this test to open the Edit Test dialog box.
9.Click Run this test to start the Run Manual Test wizard or run an Oracle
10.Click Delete Results to display the Delete Results dialog box for deleting results
from particular test runs.
11.Click the date in the Run History section to display result details for a particular
Step 4:Test Execution
Test Execution contains Test Set and Test Folder Type.
Issues will be captured in the Issue tab.
In Issues tab,Add/Edit options are available.
The Reports tab has both standard and custom reports.
Oracle Test Manager comes with a standard set of reports that can be viewed as either
a graphic or as data. In addition, Can create custom reports to display only the
1. Clone an existing report to create a copy of it that you can then edit by clicking
2. Filter the fields in the report to display only the data in which you are interested.
3. Export reports to jpg, and xls formats.
Dashboard report is available for requirements, tests, and issues.
It allows to customize which reports are displayed for each and then save the view.
In addition,Able to select the number of columns to use for the display.
Test Cases Dashboard: