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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Certification Preparation for HP Quality Center 9.2 - HP 0M15

Certification Preparation for HP Quality Center 9.2 - HP 0M15
Course Code : CTCMQC805 Source : CresTech Course Length : 2 days

Mercury Quality Center is a web-based test management tool that provides the methodology, structure, organization, and documentation for all phases of the application testing process. It Serves as a central repository for all your testing assets and provides a clear foundation for the entire testing process. It establishes seamless integration and smooth information flow from one stage of the testing process to the next. It supports the analysis of test data and coverage statistics, to provide a clear picture of an application’s accuracy and quality at each point in its lifecycle. Because it is completely web-enabled, it supports communication and collaboration among distributed testing teams.

Duration: 2.5 Days (20 Hours)

Course Objectives

This course teaches you to: Discuss the value of Test Management Understanding the Architecture of QC Understanding the Implementation of QC at different levels of Testing Life Cycle.


Candidates should be well versed with the concepts of Manual Software Testing

Intended Audience

Quality assurance engineers, and new users of Quality Center who need to implement QC and/or executives who be will involved in any part of testing

Course Outline
Quality Center - Introduction
Need of Test-Management Tool
Module (TestDirector Project, Site Administration, Customization)
Domain/Project Fundamentals
How to Get Started
Site Administration
Creating Domain/project
Adding users to project
Creating Groups

Release and Cycle creation

Test Requirements
Example of a test requirement
Importance of tracing and tracking requirements
Reviewing and building a
requirements structure
Entering requirements manually
Test Cases Creation and management
Review of an existing test case
Building a test case structure
Creating manual test cases
Requirements coverage
Test Sets and Test Execution
Creating folders and test sets
Defining test execution flow
Setting test set properties
Manual test execution
Logging defects during manual testing
Automated test execution
Adding test hosts
Running a test set
Setting run times
Defect Tracking
Reporting defects
Searching for similar defects
Using grid filters
Deleting defects
Reporting and Analysis
Analysis menu graphs and reports
Creating editable reports with the advanced Reporting

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