In this exercise, you will learn how to file an exploratory bug based on the manual testing steps.
In the previous exercise, a bug was identified during manual exploratory testing that needs to be filed. Select the Create bug dropdown button in the Test Runner window.
Creating a new exploratory bug from within Test Runner
Once you start the process of creating a bug, the Test Runner will pause the recording and show the Time Range for Exploratory Bug dialog. This allows you to change the start time of the action recording that will be saved and linked to the bug. Leave the slider untouched so that the entire recording is used and then select the Use range to create bug button to continue.
Selecting time range of action recording that includes the bug
In the New Bug window, use “New Planes page does not load” as the Title.
In the Details tab, note that some important reproduction details including test configuration used and diagnostic data adapter output files are automatically linked to the new bug. Select the first action log listed to see the steps that were recorded.
Viewing recorded action log
The steps in your action recording may be different from those shown in screenshots.Although the Video Recorder option diagnostic data adapter shows a link here, you will not be able to view the video here. You can view the video once the bug has been saved and re-loaded.
Select the Save and close button to save the new bug.
Location of Save and Close button
At this point in the exploratory testing workflow, you would either resume testing or finish testing. Select the Save and Close button to exit the Test Runner.