Allure TestOps uses a tree structure to represent the test cases.
By default, there are two types of trees in Allure: Suites and Features.
Suites tree contains suites and test cases. Features tree contains features, stories and test cases.
Suite, Feature, and Story are custom fields.
Change test case structure
In the required project, go to the Test cases section.
Click the page header and select the required type of tree from the drop-down menu.
You can add a new feature, suite or story to the tree. To do this, type the name in the Add a new feature, Add a new suite or Add a new story text box respectively, and press Enter.
If you cannot see the text boxes, click the Lock tree button to unlock the features.
No matter which view you choose, the page will always contain all available test cases. If the test case is not placed in the tree structure, it will be placed at the bottom of the page.
You can sort test cases, features or test suites by ID, name, status and date. You can use filters for quick search.
You can change the location of test case in the tree using the Fields.
In the Test cases section, select a test case.
On the Overview tab, go to the test case Fields section and click Edit.
Select a custom field and its value from the drop-down lists.
To add a test case to the tree structure you need specify the whole path to this test case.
- Click Submit. You may need to refresh the page for the changes to take effect.
Alternatively, you can change the position of test cases using the “Drag-and-drop” method.
If the test case is assigned a field that is not placed in the tree structure, the test case will be placed at the bottom of the page.