Test Case Management (TCM) Reporting – Frequently Asked Questions – Part 2

Previous posts: TCM Reporting – FAQ – Part 1 Continuing on with series, here are the next set of frequently asked questions related to Reporting with Test Case Management (TCM) in Visual Studio 2010.   FAQ List – Part 2 I would like to create custom test reports in Excel based off the Analysis Services cube….


Customize your Test Case work item template to enable query on test suites, test plans, test categories and execution statistics

[The following is a guest blog entry from a Microsoft internal user] At our team, we use Microsoft Test Manager 2010 to manage our automated test cases. It provides great flexibility to compose test suites based on a static set of tests (static suite) or based on a TFS query (query-based suite). However, after using…


Test Scribe for Visual Studio 2010 RC – Test Plan Document Generation

I’d like to announce an update to Test Scribe that is compatible with Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate (RC).  In particular, we’ve addressed some issues in side-by-side with Orcas, and updated the tool for compatibility with the RC release of Visual Studio.  For more information on Test Scribe, refer to http://blogs.msdn.com/vstsqualitytools/archive/2010/01/11/test-scribe-test-plan-documentation-for-mtlm-plans.aspx. You can download the…


Getting started with reporting on your test management data

This is the start of a series of posts that will hopefully help you understand how you can utilize the warehouse in Team Foundation Server to generate reports on your test management data. Out of the box you get a number of useful reports that should go a long way in getting you the information…