Overview

The Dashboard is your welcome page to the Rainforest application.  It provides a high level overview of metrics, links to Failure Categorization and presents issues that have been categorized via Failure Categorization in the last 7 days.

Weekly QA Metrics

High level overview of test suite

  • Bugs Caught
    Number of bugs that have been categorized as a bug via Failure Categorization process in the last 7 days 
  • Passed Tests
    Number of tests that have run and passed in the last 7 days
  • Failed Tests
    Number of tests that have fun and failed in the last 7 days

Latest Release

Tests marked as `Needs Refactor` or `Bug` in the last 7 days

Provides a high level of overview of  tests that have been marked as Needs Refactor or Bug in the last seven days.  Failures marked as Tester Error, Systems Issues or Other are not shown.

If neither Needs Refactor or Bug or if only Bug or Needs Refactor have been selected, the Rainforest Toucan is present to entice you to further categorize any failures (which you should do).

Once a test is categorized as Needs Refactor or Bug, this section will split and show Needs Refactor tests and Bug categorized tests separately

Tests marked as `Needs Refactor` in the last 7 days

When a test has been categorized as Needs Refactor within the last 7 days it will now show in this section.  Two actions may be taken

  1.  Selection of the circle on the left will Mark as Resolved.  Next time the Dashboard page is displayed, the test will not be shown.
    NOTE: The test will still be tagged as Needs Refactor, however will no longer show on the Dashboard page
  2. Selection of the test case will take you to the test itself where you can then refactor the test.  
    NOTE: The test will continue to show on the Dashboard page as Needs Refactor until 7 days pass, regardless of if the is rerun and passes.

Tests marked as `Bugs` in the last 7 days

When a test has been categorized as Bugs within the last 7 days it will now show in this section.  Two actions may be taken

  1.  Selection of the circle on the left will Mark as Resolved.  Next time the Dashboard page is displayed, the test will not be shown.
    NOTE:
    The test will still be tagged as Bug, however will no longer show on the Dashboard page
  2. Selection of the test case will take you to the test itself where you can then refactor the test.  
    NOTE:
    The test will continue to show on the Dashboard page as Bug until 7 days pass, regardless of if is rerun and passes.


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