The graphical display enables you to analyze the requirements according to test coverage status and view associated tests - grouped according to test status.
Hierarchical Test Sets
Hierarchical test sets provide the ability to better organize your test run process by grouping test sets into folders.
Workflow for all TestDirector Modules
The addition of the script editor to all modules enables organizations to customize TestDirector to follow and enforce any methodology and best practices.
With a greater number of available user fields, ability to add memo fields and create input masks users can customize their TestDirector projects to capture any data required by their testing process. New rich edit option add color and formatting options to all memo fields.
TestDirector Features & Benefits
Supports the entire testing process
TestDirector incorporates all aspects of the testing process requirements management, planning, scheduling, running tests, issue management and project status analysis into a single browser-based application.
Leverages innovative Web technology
Testers, developers and business analysts can participate in and contribute to the testing process by working seamlessly across geographic and organizational boundaries.
Uses industry-standard repositories
TestDirector integrates easily with industry-standard databases such as SQL, Oracle, Access and Sybase.
Links test plans to requirements
TestDirector connects requirements directly to test cases, ensuring that functional requirements have been covered by the test plan.
Integrates with Microsoft Office
TestDirector can import requirements and test plans from Microsoft Office, preserving your investment and accelerating your testing process.
Manages manual and automated tests
TestDirector stores and runs both manual and automated tests, and can help jumpstart a user’s automation project by converting manual tests to automated test scripts.
Accelerates testing cycles
TestDirector's TestLab manager accelerates the test execution cycles by scheduling and running tests automatically—unattended, even overnight. The results are reported into TestDirector’s central repository, creating an accurate audit trail for analysis.
Supports test runs across boundaries
TestDirector allows testers to run tests on their local machines and then report the results to the repository that resides on a remote server.
Integrates with internal and third-party tools
Documented COM API allows TestDirector to be integrated both with internal tools (e.g., WinRunner and LoadRunner) and external third-party lifecycle applications.