You organize tests after you have created a project structure inCreate Business Blueprint. You haveConfigured, and want to test these configurations by process. When you create a test plan for a project, the default test plan structure is based on the structure of the Business Blueprint that you have previously created for your project.
With test plan management, you can:
Create, change, or copy test plans
Delete an individual test plan, or delete several test plans at the same time, after a test campaign, to clean up the system
Transport test plans
Divide test plans into test packages and assign them to testers
Monitor test progress with the status info system, and export test results
With test plan management, you can create test plans that are based on:
The project structure that you created in the Business Blueprint
One or more test catalogs
The test plans are the set of all test cases which you need for a specific test phase, and can comprise the following objects:
Manual test cases
External applications, for example, third-party test tools or an MS Word document
eCATT test configurations
Function module tests
In theUtilitiesmenu you can also:
See the worklists of individual testers
Upload and download notes
Display project data for a project to which a test plan is assigned
Check the system landscape of a projectto which a test plan is assigned
You can create and print a test report which contains, for example, the test case descriptions, messages and status, in theGotomenu.
You can sort the test cases in test sequences within a test package or assign test cases to different testers. For better test execution control, you can set up a workflow that is based on a release status schema.