TestRail is a web-based test case management tool that allows team members to enter test cases, organize test suites, execute test runs, and track their results through a web interface. The Platform provides a TestRail cloud instance to create, execute, and maintain manual test plans. On this page you’ll learn some initial preparation steps for accessing and using TestRail, and how to create a project in TestRail using a short video tutorial to help get you started.
TestRail projects are the highest level of organization available in TestRail. The Platform recommends using one project for each VFS Team.
To create a TestRail project, follow the steps below:
Before you begin
Review the TestRail User Guide documents maintained by TestRail.
Once you're familiar with TestRail, use the steps below to create a new project.
TestRail accounts are limited. Please limit account creation to dedicated QA personnel and a shared account for VFS team.
Creating a TestRail project
Verify you’re logged into the DSVA Platform TestRail instance.
Select the Add Project button from the Dashboard.
Enter your project details. Include a link to your GitHub project space, issue tracker, and ZenHub board.
Choose the default repository selection (Use a single repository...) to create a single test suite for the project.
Select the Add Project button below the repository selection area.
Verify your project was successfully created.
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