how to get sequential steps and expected result fileds

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how to get sequential steps and expected result fileds

Postby tlinkjira » Sat Jan 31, 2009 1:25 am

Is it possible that every time you add a step and expected result, there is a link to add one more step and expected result. This will nicely format steps and expected results.

Is it is not possible, how do we nicely format steps and expected results. ech of my test case has 10-20 steps and the 10-30 expected results.
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Postby havlatm » Wed Feb 04, 2009 11:59 am

You can do it as table in html format. We plan to support such structure in future.
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Postby tlinkjira » Wed Feb 04, 2009 6:12 pm

Is there a way to import test cases in html table format?
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align steps with expected results

Postby franchos » Fri Apr 24, 2009 11:35 am

Same request here I think.

We plan to import a large set of tc's, and we want to align each step with an expected result, so that you can read what the expected outcome of each step is supposed to be.

With the import we do now (from xls) the rows in "steps" are not aligned with the rows in "expected results" and seem to float arbitrary: you cannot see which step matches with what outcome.

I tried the HTML table trick, but that does not work because the tables in both columns are independent so the are rendered with different row heights (dynamic behavior). You *could* specify a fixed row height in pixels. But it is hard to predict how many the needed height in advance, right?

If this is being worked on, any idea of time-frame? Or how it's going to be done. Maybe I can help?

-Serge
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Postby fman » Fri Apr 24, 2009 2:00 pm

time frame: at least 6 months
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