Solution Manager 7.2 comes with a new solution documentation and with Fiori. Test management wasn’t available in the ramp up SP’s. With SP3, test management is back. I want to show you, what it looks like and how easy it is to implement test management, especially when you can get a best practice package for solution documentation from SAP.
Step 1: Import Best Practices Package into your solution
You can import Best Practices content provided by SAP into your solution:
After some minutes, your new solution documentation will be available in your solution.
Now you can see the complete Best Practice documentation in your solution:
Actually it is much more than that: there is documentation, configuration, transactions, diagrams etc.
Step 2: Create test plan
The idea of creating test plans, test packages and sequences hasn’t changed, it just looks different. Create a test plan and make some settings:
Then you select the required test cases from your solution documentation. This can be test documents or transactions (make sure you select the required option in ‘Settings’ above).
You can create a test sequence if necessary, if not you can proceed with the creation of test packages.
For the test package, you again select the test cases you want and you assign testers to the package. After saving the package, you are ready to test.
Step 3: Testing
The testers receive emails as soon as they are due for a test (activate workflow for this!). They can logon, run the tests from their worklist and document the test.