QC: Determining whether a Test is in a Test Set

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Let’s say you have over 1000 tests in your Test Plan. You have been putting them into Test Sets in Test Lab. You can right click on the test and then choose "Go to Test in Test Set", but this will take a long time to perform for 1000 test cases.

Is there any way to list, report, or display Tests that are not in a Test Set?

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Asked on August 4, 2010 7:24 pm
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Try this.
1) QCv10, In the Dashboard Module, create a New Standard Report.
2) For the New Report, create a filter.

3) Select the Cross-Filter Tab.

4) Select Test Sets / Tests Not In Any Test Set.

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Answered on August 9, 2010 3:15 pm
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I'd recommend organizing the tests into folders that would later just convert into entire test sets. That way you could at least know which chunks of tests have already been added to the test lab. There is functionality to move an entire folder of tests from the test plan into a test set. However, I know of no functionality that lets you find out what tests ARE NOT in a test set.

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Answered on August 6, 2010 5:17 pm