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    Admin Panel

     

     

    Products

     

    Product under testing, you define here its name and characteristics:

    • Short Name: you need to enter a short name for the product

    • Description: a text describing the product

    • Advanced options: clicking here, other optional fields are displayed and you can complete them:

      • Product image: an image to quickly identify the product in the list shown below

      • Packages: you can enter here the list of package names where the product is implemented, comma separated; for example: org.productName or com.productName

    • Save button: click it to add the product


    You can have several Products defined, for example: Main App, Recommender Service, Auth Service.


    Below the boxes to define a new product, the list of already defined products is shown. First in the list, the active products, and separated by a line, the deactivated ones if exist.

     

    Per each product, this information is shown:

    • Short name

    • Last modified date and time

    • Edit button (pencil icon): clicking on it, the product information is shown in the superior part of the page, where you can edit and save it 

    • Deactivate button (Minus sign icon): clicking it, the product will be considered deactivated and it will be moved to the lower part of the list

    • Activate button (Plus sign icon): appears for deactivated products and clicking on it the product will be considered active again and it will be moved to the superior part of the list.

     

     

     

    Milestones

     

    In this section, you define the deadline for the Product. This date is related to the release date of your product, and t-Triage will set the goal to have every suite triaged before the specified date.

     

    You need to enter:

    • Short Name: a name that helps you to understand what date is this, for example the application version number to be released

    • Description: description about this milestone

    • Deadline Date: date for what triage should be done for all tests. By default the current date is shown. With the arrow down icon at the right side of the panel, you open a calendar where you can select an specific date; otherwise you can modify it manually or with the help of the up-down icons, in format MM/DD/YYYY

    • Product: drop down menu to choose the product for what this deadline applies

    • Save button: click it to add the milestone


    You can have several Milestones defined, for different Products. Below the boxes to define a new deadline, the list of those already defined is shown, First in the list, the active milestones, and separated by a line, the deactivated ones if exist. The list shows:

    • Product short name

    • Deadline: date and time

    • Edit button (pencil icon): clicking on it, the milestone information is shown in the superior part of the page, where you can edit and save it 

    • Deactivate button (Minus sign icon):  clicking on it the milestone will be considered deactivated and it will be moved to the lower part of the list

    • Activate button (Plus sign icon): appears for deactivated milestones and clicking on it the milestone will be considered active again and it will be moved to the superior part of the list.

     

     

     

    CI Connectors

     

    Here you define how t-Triage needs to connect to your integration tool like Jenkins, Bamboo, etc.The information you need to complete is:

    • Short Name: how you identify this connection (for example: Jenkins QA, Jenkins Dev, Bamboo, etc)

    • Base URL: integration tool URL

    • Population Mode (Pull / Push configuration settings)
      • Pull mode
        • Username

        • User Token

      • Push Mode

        • you need to generate the ClientId and the SecretId
    • Save button: click it to add the connector


    You can have several connectors defined. Below the boxes to define a new one, the list of those already defined is shown (active ones and below a line deactivated ones if exist), containing:

    • Short name

    • Last modified date time

    • URL

    • Pull tests from CI: clicking on it, the information of the latest execution will be bring to t-Triage

    • Edit button (pencil icon): clicking on it, the connector information is shown in the superior part of the page, where you can edit and save it

    • Deactivate button (Minus sign icon): clicking on it the connector will be considered deactivated and it will be moved to the lower part of the list

    • Activate button (Plus sign icon): appears for deactivated connectors and clicking on it the connector will be considered active again and it will be moved to the superior part of the list.


    All the CI Connector/s suites execution information will be automatically pulled from CI daily, at 1:00 AM. By the "Pull tests from CI" option you can update this when you need.

     

     

    CI Containers


    Generally a container is a view or folder with a set of suites that together represents a Test Suite like a smoke test, a regression test or a personal view. Basically is a group of suites that by their nature makes sense to analyze all together.  What is defined here is what will be used in the Triage list view.

     

    What do you need to define here:

    • Short Name

    • URL (view or folder of test suite)

    • Description

    • Product: drop down menu to choose the Product to what this suite belongs to

    • Connector: drop down menu to choose the connector to work with

    • Triage Specifications:

      • Default Assignee: as you type the user name, a drop down will show with suggestions, to choose a user responsible of the suite triage

      • Priority: drop down to choose among P0, P1, P2, P3, P4, being P0 the highest priority and P4 the lowest one

    • Triage Deadline Frequency

      • How frequent this test suite should be triaged: you need to select one or more days of the week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

      • Every: drop down menu to select the frequency in weeks (Every week, Every 2 weeks,  Every 3 weeks, Every 4 weeks)

      • Hour  

      • Advanced options: optionally, you can set:

        • Goal: Pass Rate (%)

        • Goal: Increase amount of tests

        • Slack Integration

          • Channel

          • Token


    Below, the list of the already defined containers is shown (active ones and below a line deactivated ones if exist), displaying per each of them:

    • Container name

    • Description

    • Pull tests from CI icon: clicking on it, the information of the latest execution will be bring to t-Triage

    • Edit button (pencil icon): clicking on it, the container information is shown in the superior part of the page, where you can edit and save it.

    • Deactivate button (Minus sign icon): clicking on it the container will be considered deactivated and it will be moved to the lower part of the list

    • Activate button (Plus sign icon): appears for deactivated containers and clicking on it the container will be considered active again and it will be moved to the superior part of the list.

     

    All the CI Container suites execution information will be automatically pulled from CI daily, at 1:00 AM, as part of the CI Connector/s pull process. By the "Pull tests from CI" option here you can update this for an specific Container when you need.

     

    Additionally, it is possible to define in your CI tool, for a Container, a push process, so as soon as all the suites in the Container finish their execution, the results will be pushed to t-Triage.

     

     

     

    Properties

     

    Internal Properties that adapt the Triage configuration. They are set by t-Triage Support when configuring your site the first time.

     

    In case of need to add a new property, under the t-Triage Support guidance, the values to enter per each property are:

    • Name

    • Value

    • Description

    • Save button: click it to add the property


    You can have several properties defined. Below the boxes to define a new one, the list of those already defined is shown (active ones and below a line deactivated ones if exist), containing:

    • Property name

    • Property description

    • Property value

    • Edit button (pencil icon): clicking on it, the property information is shown in the superior part of the page, where you can edit and save it

    • Deactivate button (Minus sign icon): clicking on it the property will be considered deactivated and it will be moved to the lower part of the list

    • Activate button (Plus sign icon): appears for deactivated properties and clicking on it the property will be considered active again and it will be moved to the superior part of the list.

     

    Please, consider that modifying any property without the t-Triage Support guidance may result in a t-Triage application malfunction.

     

     

    Users

     

    We recommend to disable internal user functionality and use any other external authentication method. Please contact t-Triage Support to get it properly configured. 

     

    Even that, if needed, you can define internal users. For each of them, you need to enter:

    • User Name: user’s email address 

    • Real Name: user’s name and last name

    • Role: drop down menu to choose between

      • User: default value, for the users that work on the triage and automation issues

      • Admin: plus the User permissions, admin role have permissions to access and work on the Admin Panel

    • Save button: click it to add the user


    “Disable Internal Users” button at the top, deactivates all the internal users.


    Below the boxes to define a new user, the list of those already defined is shown (active ones and below a line deactivated ones if exist), containing:

    • User name

    • User email

    • Role

    • Edit button (pencil icon): clicking on it, the user information is shown in the superior part of the page, where you can edit and save it

    • Deactivate button (Minus sign icon): clicking on it the user will be considered deactivated and it will be moved to the lower part of the list

    • Activate button (Plus sign icon): appears for deactivated users and clicking on it the user will be activated again and it will be moved to the superior part of the list.