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Coherent web testtrack pro 2012 user s guide web client

Coherent Web TestTrack Pro 2012

User’s Guide(Web Client)


Content

Content

  • TestTrack Pro Overview

  • TestTrack Pro Workflow States

  • TestTrack Pro Workflow

  • System Requirements

  • Getting Started with TestTrack Pro

  • Using TestTrack Pro Web Client

  • Questions


Overview

Overview

  • The TestTrack Pro (TTPro) COTS product is a consolidated, centralized non-conformance reporting system used to track projects’ defects.

  • Users and Administrators can collectively store separate projects’ data in a single system. Each project is distinct, can be configured separately, and has its own administrators.

  • In TTPro, non-conformance reports (NCRs) move through a lifecycle of states (workflow milestones/events). A defect lifecycle starts with its submission and generally ends with its resolution. TTPro uses this lifecycle concept and manages bugs using a state transition tracking mechanism.

  • Defects in TTProare identified as NCRs. NCRs are organized by project and are sequentially numbered using unique 2-3 digit project prefixes: 18xxxxxx – 18999999

  • There are five key data elements that drive the flow of Coherent Web defect tracking:

    • Defect Number:Every problem entered into the TTPro System contains an unique identifier. This numeric identifier is generated by the system for all projects.

    • Severity:Used to capture the impact (scaled 1 – 5) on operations.

    • Project:Categorizes defects according to affected subsystem or other classification.

    • Summary:A concise statement of the problem.

    • State:The state is a workflow milestone achieved in the lifecycle of the reported defect. States has associated events that perform a specified action within the state called, events. States change when triggered by specific events.


Workflow states

Workflow States

  • NCRs are transferred (workflow of events) from the “Open” state to the “Closed” state.

    • State – the initial decision point in the workflow of a defect., i.e., open, closed, fixed.

    • Event – specifies what action is to be performed at (or added to) each state. Events can be performed by the system.

  • NCRs can be assigned in any state, without changing state.

  • NCRs can be closed by the CW Team from any state.


Ncr workflows

NCR Workflows

Content Update (Nominal)

NEW

CLOSED

(Close)

Content Approved

& Modified

(Acknowledge)

Earthdata TeamAcknowledged

FIXED

OPEN

In-Progress

(Fix)

Content Updated

(Begin Work)

NCR Assigned &

Work Starts


Ncr workflows con t

NCR Workflows (con’t.)

CMS Update (Nominal Requiring UAT Testing)

NEW

(Review)

All development and testingactivities are complete- Approved -

(Acknowledge)

Earthdata TeamAcknowledged

(Begin Work)

NCR Assigned &

Work Starts

OPEN

In-Progress

FIXED

(Fix)

CMS Updated

(Deploy to UAT)

Pre-Approval for installationinto UAT Earthdata environment

Ready for UAT Deployment

Ready for UAT Testing

(Verify in UAT)

Awaiting Verification

CLOSED

(Verify in OPS)

Awaiting Verification

Ready for OPS Testing

(Deploy to OPS)

Pre-Approval for installationinto OPS Earthdata environment

Ready for OPS Deployment


Ncr workflows con t1

NCR Workflows (con’t.)

CMS Update (Nominal NOT Requiring UAT Testing)

NEW

(Review)

Pre-Approval for installationinto Earthdata environment

(Acknowledge)

Earthdata TeamAcknowledged

(Begin Work)

NCR Assigned &

Work Starts

OPEN

In-Progress

FIXED

(Fix)

CMS Updated

CLOSED

(Verify in OPS)

All development and testingactivities are complete- Approved -

(Deploy to OPS)

Awaiting Verification

Ready for OPS Testing

Ready for OPS Deployment


Ncr workflows con t2

NCR Workflows (con’t.)

CMS Update (Verification Failed)

NEW

(Review)

All development and testingactivities are complete - Approved -

(Acknowledge)

Earthdata TeamAcknowledged

(Begin Work)

NCR Assigned &

Work Starts

OPEN

In-Progress

FIXED

(Fix)

CMS Updated

(Begin Work)

NCR Reassigned &

Work Starts

(Open)

Verification Failed- REJECTED-

RE-OPENED

Ready for UAT Testing

Ready for UAT Deployment

(Deploy to UAT)

Pre-Approval for installationinto UAT Earthdata environment

(Review)

All development and testingactivities are complete - Approved -

In-Progress

FIXED

(Deploy to UAT)

Pre-Approval for installationinto UAT Earthdata environment

Ready for UAT Deployment

(Fix)

CMS Updated

(Verify in UAT)

Awaiting Verification

Ready for UAT Testing

Ready for OPS Deployment

(Deploy to OPS)

Pre-Approval for installationinto OPS Earthdata environment

CLOSED

(Verify in OPS )

Awaiting Verification

Ready for OPS Testing


Testtrack pro web client

TestTrack Pro Web Client

  • What’s Required:

    System Elements:

    • Internet Explorer 8.0+ or Firefox 3.6+ standard software to access web interface

    • Username and Password (NAMS) (see Administrator)

    • Read/Write permission to database(see Administrator)

    • TTPro Server and Web Server up and running


Getting started

Getting Started

  • Logging In: Users are NOT allowedmultiple logons, due to the limited number of available licenses. Automatic system idle timeout (20 minutes).

    • Launch recommended Internet Browser and Enable Pop-ups

    • Enter URL: https://links.gsfc.nasa.gov:20072The SeapineTestTrack Pro “Welcome…”

      screen appears…

    • Enter Username and Password (NAMS), thenclick Login

    • the Login dialog box appears

    • Select Project from list box

    • Select Start at from list box

    • Select Login – The selected Project’s window displays the list of its defects.

      The project’s defect list window appears….


Testtrack pro web client list window

TestTrack Pro (Web Client) List Window

  • The defect list window provides access to the TestTrack Pro project’s defect records.

  • Users have the capability of controlling what defects are displayed by using the Filter command.

LogoutandUser Menu

Active Userinformation

Number Records Indicator

Next/Previous Page

Project Indicator

TTPro Menu & Tabs

Filter list (run button)

Setup Columns

User Defined

column headers to sort on, insert or delete (list view) up to 9 columns

Events

Defect Search

Defect # Locator

List of defects within specified Project

Import /Export options

Email options

Defect Indicators


Testtrack pro web client defect screen

* Required entry( )

TestTrack Pro (Web Client) Defect Screen

  • Upper Tab Area – Generally defines all related parts of the Defect.

  • Lower Tab Area – display tabs that support NCR series of events or lifecycle flow

  • Field names in bold text are“required” entry, although all related fields should be input.

  • Defect numbers are assigned after data entry of problem is committed.To commit entry, depress the Save button in upper and/or lower panel of window.

  • Use “Logout” when exiting Web Client. Using the “Exit Windows” options will only close the windowand not releasing a User license until post-idle time-out of system.

Logout TTPro

Work Activity Tabs

“abc” – Textbox with Spell Checking

Commit Entry& Close View

Status

Upper (Work Activity) Tab Input Area

Calendar

Defect Details Tabs

Lower (Defect Details) Tab Input Area

*input fields not shown


Entering new ncr main

Entering New NCR - Main

Update NCR

  • Ensure all bold-titled fields are completed. These are mandatory fields.

  • Tab (or click in) through to input fields.

  • Use defect tabs to move through sections of the defect (NCR).

  • To save updates, select “Apply” but to commit and exit, select “Save”.

Commit NCR

State of NCR

Enter a concise statement of problem

NCR’s activity tabs

*activity tabs’ input fields (screens) not shown


Entering new ncr detail

Entering New NCR – Detail

  • DetailTab

  • Reported n time(s): The submitter’s name and date.

  • Found by (Submitter): System-generated, but changeablename of the person who found the problem.

  • Date Found: Date the problem was detected.

  • Description: Detailed, but concise description of the problem

  • sufficient for an Engineer to analyze. Should include:

    • when the problem occurred

    • what server was affected

    • what logs are available

    • what processes or servers were running

    • associated hardware problems observed

    • how often the problem occurs

    • what steps were taken to alleviate the problem and their results (if any)

    • current state of the system

    • operational system impact.

  • Save the NCR entry and commit the record, assign a defectnumber, and active the project window. The defect summary line will appear in the project window.

Add Additional Defect Occurrences

Calendar

Add detailed description of Defect Occurrences

Spell Check

Save/Update Defect

Add related attachments supporting the defect’s fix


Entering new ncr workflow

Entering New NCR – Workflow

WorkflowTab

Track the Lifecycle of Events of the Defect: This features displays a listing of every event or state change for the defect. It provides information on: Event, Date of update, Who made the change, and Other Information related to the defect that the system captures/tracks.

To view the details of an event, click on the item’s link listed in the Workflow window.

Save the changes to Workflow entry fields.

Workflow links to

edit or view details

Save/Update Defect

Previous/Next Defect


Viewing new ncr workaround

Viewing New NCR – Workaround

WorkaroundTab

Workaround: Provide location to record complete details how to work around the bug or recommended detail to fix or implement the defect.

Add complete detail of a workaround the bug or fix

Save/Update Defect

Previous/Next Defect


Entering new ncr folders

Entering New NCR – Folders

FoldersTab

Folders: Provide an organized location to group defects with other related defects (providing links to multiple NCRs). TTPro allow User to define 5

folders as Public (accessible to other users) or Private (restricted to folder’s owner).

NOTE: Folders can only be created in the TestTrack Pro Client.

Click option to Add, Move, or Remove NCRs to/from Folder

Public or Private defect folders Paths or location is listed.

Click the path to access folder with related defect(s).

Save/Update Defect


Viewing ncr history

Viewing NCR – History

HistoryTab

History: Tracks system-generated history of changes made to the NCR. Data in this view is unchangeable.

Created data

Modified data

Sort-on column headers

Tracked Changes

Save/UpdateDefect


Editing ncrs events

Editing NCRs Events

To Edit the information in a NCR Event, workflow events must be modified. The events are located as active links in the Workflow tab:

Select the NCR checkbox, from the Defects List Window

Select the Edit option

Select the Workflow tab, to display any active links of events

Select the Event Link to edit (i.e., Acknowledge, Assign, Fix). Additional options will prompt to all the event to be modified. Modify fields as necessary.

Select Edit details, to update/modify event

Click OK, to update/commit change(s).

NOTE: The event date can not be changed.

A system-generated automatic email notice is sent to Assignees notifying change made to defect

Update Event

Workflow links to

edit or view details

Previous/Next Defect


Setting user options

Setting User Options

  • User Optionslets you specify your password and personal preferences.

  • Password options allow user to reset pre-defined password. For security purposes, the system automatically prompts user to reset password every 90 days.

  • Notification options allow you to specify circumstances under which TTPro is to send you email (e.g., whenever an NCR changes). These messages supplement a project’s system notification.

  • Display Options:

    • Set number records per page.

    • Client window layout.

    • Defect’s status and assignment field.


Setting user options con t

Setting User Options (con’t.)

  • Adding multiple NCRs: Choose to Close the Add NCR before creating or editing defects to preclude inadvertently create multiple defect reports when creating a new NCR (defect). Your Administrator can not perform this function.

  • Dictionary option all user to use system generated dictionary and add user inputs.

  • Spell Check Options assists with spell correcting functions throughout defect editing.

  • Save must be clicked to capture all option changes.


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