Requirements Mapping map and traces the requirements with test cases.Instead of mapping each Requirement with test cases,now you can map multiple Requirements in one go.This is especially useful if you need to map multiple Requirements with similar or different test cases. This article explains how to map multiple Requirements and how to import them in QA Touch.
We need to import the Requirements to the project.
For more information on importing Requirements Click Here
Importing Requirements into QA Touch for step-by-step instructions.
Next Step we need to Import the Test Cases to the project Click Here for step-by-step instructions.
The above Image depicts the Requirement code of the requirement.
Note down the Requirement code which you want to map in the Bulk Requirement mapping.
Note: Whenever you perform the Bulk requirement mapping,you can download your sample file from QA Touch and update the Requirement code.
The active Requirement only will be updated. Archived/deleted Requirements won’t be updated.
Also the first column case API Key cannot be changed, since it is system defined.
To view the mapped requirements Go to Requirement page, click on Linked test case count.
It will display all the requirements mapped during the Bulk Requirement mapping.
After performing Bulk Requirement mapping, You can view your mapped requirements in the Test case page itself.
Go to the Test case page ,click the test case title then go to Linked Requirements tab.
It will list all the Requirements linked with each Test Case.
QA Touch has the option to Queue the process of Import of Test cases. Enabling Queue for importing more than 300 Test cases will run the import in the background without affecting your regular work and takes lesser time and bandwidth to import the data. Follow the steps to Enable Queue for import
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