The tool that was formerly branded as HP Quality Center/ALM has been rebranded and is now known as Micro Focus Quality Center/ALM. This page contains information that remains content relevant for the updated Micro Focus domain and tools.
We now conclude the Quality Center series. If this is your first visit to our site, I strongly urge you to explore all the Quality Center tutorials that have been published to date. Having read these tutorials, you should be better equipped to use this tool for your live projects. If you’re looking to introduce a Test Management tool to your project, it’s worth suggesting this to your management team for evaluation.
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This concluding topic will assist you in exploiting the built-in analysis feature of Quality Center, which can save a substantial amount of work for test engineers and test managers when they need to document, gather, and interpret data relevant to the entire QA process.
What You’ll Learn:
Quality Center Dashboard
The analysis feature in Micro Focus ALM/QC is notably versatile and comprehensive, making it the preferred choice for many businesses and projects.
Before delving further into your projects, it’s crucial to be aware of how much progress you’ve made, how much more needs to be done, or if any adjustments need to be made. ALM offers excellent insights for this.
There are numerous pre-designed graphs available, and you can always create tailored views if the default ones don’t meet your requirements.
In addition to graphs, ALM can generate Excel reports and project reports.
The QC Dashboard includes the following two elements:
1) Analysis View
2) Dashboard View
Now, let’s delve deeper into these elements:
#1) Analysis View Module
The Analysis View Module includes an analysis tree where all your analysis items can be organized.
This view comprises two tabs:
- Analysis View
- Analysis Menu
Tab #1) Analysis View
You can add a graph using the “Graph Wizard,” or create a custom graph.
a) Using the “Graph Wizard”:
Select the Type of Graph:
After choosing your preferred Graph Attributes, simply click “Finish”.
The graph will be generated, and you’ll have the option to incorporate it into the Analysis tree.
b) Custom Graph:
Here, you can generate tailored graphs and reports related to your project. Create a folder and choose the appropriate option as shown below:
Depending on the option you select, you can proceed with setting the values and viewing the graph.
Second Tab: Analysis Menu
This second tab within the Analysis view contains a variety of built-in reports based on each sidebar menu option. Select the report you wish to view. In this case, we have selected “Tests with Linked Defects”. The details can be seen on the right side:
After clicking on the “Configuration” tab, you can set the parameters for the desired report or graph. Set the parameters and click “Generate”.
The view tab will provide a link to the previously generated Reports.
The Generated Report:
#2) Dashboard View Module
This module is analogous to the portfolio page of a Demat account. It offers a comprehensive view of all the graphs and reports created using the Analysis view.
Provide a name for the page and confirm by clicking OK.
Once the page has been created, you can include the Analysis view graphs you want to display on this page.
You can choose the specific graphs you wish to add. For the sake of this tutorial, we will only select one – “test”. This will be added to the “Configuration tab,” where it can be viewed.
Finally, we’ll add both graphs to our dashboard page and see the final result.