QF-Test contains some pragmatic test management approaches, like
creating a test-case overview or documenting test-cases within QF-Test.
In bigger projects it might be necessary to make use of an own dedicated
test management system to track the development status of test-cases or to link
test-cases and their results to defects, use-cases or features. Besides support
for planning of test-cases and tracking their results a test management system
could also contain a test execution engine, which supervises the occupation of
test-systems during different test-runs.
As QF-Test doesn't come with all of those features though continuously improving
in that area, it is very easy to integrate QF-Test with such a test management or
test execution system using the QF-Test Batch mode or the QF-Test
Daemon mode. For more information about the Batch mode or the Daemon
mode, please see chapter 17.
The following chapters describe some exemplary solutions which we provide for
established test management systems. If you cannot find your test management
system in that list, please contact us or our mailing-list to get hints about a possible