TestLog™ is an integrated test case management software solution. It provides a tool for software test teams to create and update effective test plans and test cases. TestLog has been designed with versatility in mind and should integrate seamlessly into any testing methodology or process across a variety of industries. It also:
Project test plans
Create and manage your projects where you can specify scope, start and end dates, and generate reports and project specific test cases.
TestLog places a large emphasis on test case requirements management, as inefficiencies in this area are among the most serious causes of slippages, setbacks and even failures in the software product development life cycle. It encourages a structured approach to the use of test plans and reports on the current progress and status of these plans. TestLog allows you to create detailed test cases containing expected results, requirements, test durations (expected and actual) and more.
Progress and status reports
TestLog provides progress reports, status reports, test case reports, and test list reports to give you a complete picture of the testing phase of your project. Reports are generated on a Project basis and gather statistics from all test cases in all test suites in the currently active project.
Organize your resources
Keep track of the equipment needed for your project testing, and ensure that your resources are available to execute each part of your testing plan.
Manage your testers
Assign members of your test team to a project and keep track of who is responsible for what. You can also setup remote web-based access to TestLog, and provide different access permissions to individual testers.
You can customize everything from the look and feel of the test cases and reports, to the statuses, test types and test phases for your project. This allows TestLog to be used in a wide variety of industries: from software development to hardware manufacturing and many other fields of engineering and development.
With our new web-based CGI front end, you can now provide remote access to TestLog from your web server! This provides full access to the TestLog project database, and allows users (with given permissions) to view and edit test cases.