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How to manage and track your software testing?


I'm currently designing and developing a Java based application, and I have been looking around for test management tools.

What do other people use to track your software testing? 

I'm talking about the kind of tools that allow you track requirements, build test plans, track test results etc.  An example of this is Mercury's TestDirector, but obviously my pockets are not that deep.
Sean Newman Send private email
Tuesday, March 06, 2007
Well at the same time as posting here I've been looking around the web, and I've found a fairly decent looking app that should do the job - SpiraTest from Inflectra.

It handles requirements, use cases, test case management, requirement mapping, bug tracking etc and it looks like a fairly clean and easy to use interface.

So there you go - I helped myself :-)
Sean Newman Send private email
Thursday, March 08, 2007
We use Bugzilla TestRunner, which is an open source solution on top of Bugzilla. Satisfied with it.
Thursday, March 08, 2007

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