As a test manager, I would like to create Test Plans and assign them to my team members. It would be nice if "Owner" (or "Tester" or something like that) was a built-in field that could be displayed within the Available Test Plan list.
Even better, is if "Owner" acted like Trac Tickets and emailed owners when they are set to own a Test Plan (like regular Trac does).
I'm sure I could add a custom field like suggested here. However, Test Plan "Owner" (more specifically, the person assigned to perform the tests) seems like a basic need for Test Plans. And an Owner should be treated specially (i.e. displayed within the list of Available Test Plan and other things).
Perhaps I overlooked something already available?
Thanks for this excellent and free plugin!
Thinking about this more... an improved solution would allow setting an owner per Test Case within a Test Plan instance.
In my test team, test cases are traded among people quite freely. If I could create one large test plan and then assign each Test Case to the most likely team member, that would help. From there, any other team member could re-assign the test case as they see fit. And I, the test planner, would be freed from complicated assignment re-arrangement for team members.
This ticket would satisfy my needs. Simply have a custom field with a drop-down for all my team members.
actually this feature is already available, by means of the workflow integration.
You may add any custom workflow to any of the test management objects: test catalogs, test cases or test plans.
This is explained in the wiki: http://trac-hacks.org/wiki/TestManagerForTracPlugin#CustomizableWorkflow
Actually it's been a while since I have tested this feature... it may have some problems with the latest plugin releases.
If you have any question or should you encounter any issue, please post them here.
If I can find some time, I'll post a detailed example of how you may achieve your workflow goal.
BTW, I've just release version 1.7.2 of the plugin. No DB upgrade is necessary.
All custom field types are now supported!
Check out the updated documentation here:
Releaased with 1.8.1:
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