TA bug information

Information regarding a TA bug is presented in two tabs. The Information tab contains general information about the bug. The Related Items tab lists those test modules whose execution exposes the bug.

Information tab

The fields displayed in the above Information tab are as follows:

Bug ID(Automatically generated) The ID of the TA bug. This bug ID is combination of a prefix key followed by an ID number, separated by a hyphen.
SummaryA brief one-line summary of the TA bug.
The Summary field cannot be empty.
DescriptionA detailed description of the TA bug.
URL(Automatically generated) The TestArchitect URL address of this bug.
SourceThe JIRA bug ID associated with the TA bug.
  • If this is an unregistered bug, this field is empty.
  • You may change the Source value to drop the current link and association this bug with another JIRA bug.
  • You can also clear the Source content to decouple this bug from its associated JIRA bug, rendering this an unregistered bug.
Current statusThe current life cycle stage of this TA bug (refer to Workflow)
Last update dateThe date on which this TA bug was last updated from JIRA.
Last update byThe person who last edited this TA bug.
Creation dateThe date on which this TA bug was created in TestArchitect.
Created byThe person who created this TestArchitect bug.
Last refresh statusThe status of the most recent refresh via clicking the Refresh button .The 4 possible returned values are:
  • Empty: This bug is unregistered.
  • Updated: This registered bug was updated successfully.
  • Failed: This registered bug was not updated successfully.
  • Nonexistent on JIRA: The corresponding JIRA bug was deleted.

To update the TA bug from the fields of its JIRA counterpart, click the Refresh button. Note, however, that a minimum interval of 60 seconds between refreshes is imposed for a given TestArchitect Client.

The column heading fields of the Related Items tab (above) are:

Test ModuleName of a test module which exposes the bug.
Test CaseThe particular section in the test module in which the bug is exposed. The section can be Initial, Final or a specific test case.

Test LineThe line number where the bug is marked as a known bug.
Marked ByThe person who marked the bug.

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