We’ve released a new version of Meliora Testlab – Canis Majoris. This version includes major additions to the REST interfaces of Testlab and several UI related enhancements. Please read more about the changes below.
REST API enhancements
The REST-based integration API of Testlab has been enhanced with a number of new supported operations. With Canis Majoris, it is possible to add, update and remove
- test categories,
- test cases and
Add operation maps to HTTP’s POST-method, update operation maps to PUT-method (and in addition, supports partial updates) and remove operation maps to DELETE-method. More thorough documentation for these operations can be found in your Testlab instance via the interactive API documentation (/api).
Test categories with fields
In previous versions of Testlab, test cases were categorized into simple folders with a name. In Canis Majoris, test categories have been enhanced to be full assets with
- a rich-text description,
- timestamps to track creation and updates,
- change history and
- a possibility to add comments on them.
In addition to the above
- Date and time formats are now handled more gracefully in the user interface by respecting the browser sent locale.
- Test cases of a requirement can now be easily executed by choosing “Run tests…” from
- the tree of requirements or
- from the table view of requirements.
- Similarly, the test cases linked to a requirement can be easily added to your work (test) set by choosing “Add to work set” from the table view of requirements.
- Test case listing -report renders execution steps in an easy-to-read table.
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