Providing the client with sufficient insight into, and the opportunity to influence, the following:• The progressof the test process• The quality and risks of the test object• The quality of the test processManage the test process, the infrastructure and the test products. Using the data thus obtained as a basis, and theanalyses of possibletrends.http://www.tmap.net/en/tmap/4-essentials/structured-test-process/acceptance-and-system/control-phaseThe Control Phase
Catching and Tracking BugsRich InformationCustomizableCollect rich Informationwith Data DiagnosticAdaptersCustomizable bug flow,states and reporting
Organize testing in multipleconfigurationsPlayback a prior recording to savetime with frequently-repeatedsetup steps and prerequisitesBind data to controls, tosupport multiple iterationsand future automationPause, save, close, return, andpick up where you left off
Filing BugsRich InformationCustomizableMicrosoft Test RunnerMicrosoft Test ManagerTFS Web AccessVisual StudioFeedback Manager*3rd party tools*
IntelliTrace LogsSystem logs & configurationDetailed status and historyvisible to all team membersAudio & Video recordings
Action RecordingVideoIntellitraceTest Impact“Create your own”Data Diagnostic Adapters
Get an overview of the test runwith summary pie charts, or drillinto the details for each test.Analyze code coverage for manualtests to determine which specificparts of your code were tested .Associate manual test runswith builds and environments.
Quality Status Reports“What is the status of testing of specific user stories or product areas?”“What is the quality of builds based on the number of failed and passed tests?”“How many test cases have never been run?”“Which test cases have never been run?”Quality Trend Reports“How many tests are blocked, passing, or failing over time?”“How many tests are regressing?”“How consistent is the manual test activity over time?”Test Results - Data Points