The qTest platform, offered by Tricentis, provides Agile teams with a suite of software testing tools designed to improve speed, efficiency and collaboration throughout the software testing lifecycle. The platform's flagship product, qTest Manager transforms the test case management process, helping enterprise teams get faster and more efficient. Additionally, qTest Insights gives the testing team a self-service business intelligence tool to consolidate, manage and analyze all your test metrics.
By integrating qTest with TestProject, users will get a number of additional features not included in TestProject, including:
Support for manual testing, with a dedicated repository of manual tests and results in qTest Manager
Out of the box integration and traceability to JIRA, Rally, and VersionOne for defects and requirements management
Fully customizable reports and dashboards for all test results via qTest Insights
qTest and TestProject are separately licensed and deployed products. qTest is a commercial tool which has a separate license and fee from TestProject. A free trial of qTest is available for 14 days via the Tricentis website.
The qTest integration is compatible with any qTest Cloud Elite or Cloud Trial licenses. Future plans are being made to make this feature available to qTest On-Premise Elite customers.
qTest users that create a TestProject account from the 9-box will be integrating their qTest instance (site) with a newly created TestProject instance. From that point forward, all newly created TestProject users from that qTest instance will be added to the same TestProject instance.
Once an integration is initiated, the qTest artifacts that will be integrated with TestProject include:
Projects: new projects will be created in TestProject every time to align with the existing qTest project hierarchy. Users can also create projects directly in TestProject, which will not be integrated back to qTest
Test Suites: any new jobs created in TestProject will be synchronized and created as test suites in their corresponding projects in qTest
Test Runs/Logs: any new test runs (within a job) created in TestProject will be synchronized to qTest as test runs/logs and organized in the proper suites (which relate to TestProject jobs)
Test Cases: for any executed jobs in TestProject, the corresponding test cases will be created in qTest and organized in a separate module named "TestProject".
Users of qTest (Cloud Elite or Cloud Trial) should now see the TestProject icon within their 9-box:
Clicking on the TestProject logo within the qTest 9-box will trigger the account creation process in TestProject for that qTest user. First, TestProject will check to see if there is an existing TestProject account for that qTest user's email address.
If the qTest user's email is already established as a user in TestProject, TestProject will skip forward to integrating that TestProject account to the qTest account.
If the qTest user's email is not yet established as a user in TestProject, TestProject will automatically initiate the process of creating an integrated TestProject account with that user's email address. First, the user must validate their email address:
Then, the user must click the link in the email from TestProject to validate their email address:
Finally, the user must accept TestProject's separate Terms of Service related to the separate TestProject free license before their account is fully activated and ready to be used:
From this point, the integration is automatically set, according to default settings. You should see the TestProject projects list populated with projects from qTest:
The integration between qTest and TestProject will automatically be set and updated each time a user logs in to TestProject from qTest using the 9-box. If changes need to be made or the integration needs to be turned off completely, you are are able to do so in TestProject in the Integrations > qTest panel:
To receive data from TestProject into qTest, you must first enable the automation settings in each qTest project by turning the slider to the "ON" status:
All test folders created in synced projects in TestProject will be synced into the corresponding qTest project's Test Design as a module, under a parent module named "TestProject":
The test module data synchronized to qTest will be as follows:
Module Name (from Test Folder Name in TestProject)
Module Description (from Test Folder Description in TestProject)
All test cases created in synced projects in TestProject will be synced into the synced qTest modules in Test Design, under a parent module named "TestProject":
The test case data synchronized to qTest will be as follows:
Test Name (from Test Name in TestProject)
Test Description (including URL/app tested, and Test Description in TestProject)
Test Steps (including navigation, action, parameters, timeout logic, and screenshot logic in TestProject)
Expected Results (including "Invert Step Result", from TestProject's test step description
With each update to a test case in TestProject, a new test version will be created and approved in qTest.
All test jobs created in synced projects in TestProject will become test cycles in Test Execution. These cycles will have child suites below them which are organized by browser (for web tests) or device (for mobile tests):
The test cycle data synchronized to qTest will be as follows:
Test Cycle Name (from Test Job Name in TestProject)
Test Suite Name (from browsers selected in Test Job in TestProject)
All tests executed in synced projects in TestProject will become test runs in Test Execution (in the corresponding test cycles/test suites. These runs will have corresponding test logs created within them for each subsequent execution:
The test run data synchronized to qTest will be as follows:
Test Run Name (from Test Name in TestProject)
Test Run Description (from Test Description in TestProject), including link to Test Execution Report in TestProject
Test Step Status (from Test Step Status in TestProject)
Customers using both TestProject and qTest will have a variety of options which they can choose from to execute tests: