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HP Quality Center Reports

We offer powerful reports for HP Quality Center (HP QC) which is a test, defect and requirement management tool with the advanced feature set. The basic built-in reporting capabilities of HP QC are not sufficient for tracking the team activities, identifying progress patterns, or facilitating the strategic decisions. We have corrected that by offering our flexible reporting solution that we specifically designed to greatly improve software development and testing process.

Our reports are thoroughly designed to identify common software development and quality assurance (QA) problems at early stages, and to facilitate proactive planning approach which enables you to improve your team productivity, track project progress and monitor test execution status. The report pack descriptions provided below.

HP Quality Center Report Examples

Test Run Progress Report free report

The Test Run Progress report is the ultimate at-a-glance dashboard for your test suite execution. View count of executed tests across customizable time periods with text, bar-graphs and pie-charts. The data can also be exported to many standard document formats for easy inclusion with status reports.

The Test Run Progress report is included in our Free HP Quality Center Report pack. Review the Test Run Progress report detailed description and full-size screenshots.

Test Run Progress Report

Team Progress Report free report

The Team Progress report is a broad-application view at product quality during an ongoing regression cycle. A combination of bug tracking and test case execution allows a surprisingly in-depth understanding of your product’s quality, current release risk and team member effort, all in an easily analyzed package.

The Team Progress report is included in our Free HP Quality Center Report pack. Review the Team Progress report detailed description and full-size screenshots.

Team Progress Report

Test Lab Report free report

The Test Lab report shows test set folders, test sets, tests and assigned open difects in a very convinient way.

The Test Lab report is included in our Free HP Quality Center Report pack. Review the Test Lab report detailed description and full-size screenshot.

Test Lab Report

Project Cycles Report

The Project Cycles report shows a list of test sets (cycles) with number of passed, failed and total tests. Additionally it shows percentage of executed and failed tests for each cycle. The report helps to compare test execution results across all test sets and get a summary of the current testing progress.

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Project Cycles Report

Cycle Status Report

The Cycle Status report shows a list of tests assigned to a selected test set (cycle). The report logically extends the Project Cycles report. The report helps to review list of failed, passed, not completed, or not executed tests for a selected test set.

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Cycle Status Report

Test Result History Report

The Test Result History report shows a list of tests that have been run during a specified period of time. It shows how many times each test has been run, failed and how many active and total defects linked to the test. Additionally the report helps to review tests that have never failed as well as identify failed tests without linked defects. This flexible report can help to identify the failing patterns and to adjust the test priority.

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Test Result History Report

Failed Tests Report

The Failed Tests report shows a list of tests that have failed at least once during a selected cycle (test set): a test with the current status 'passed' will appear in the report if it previously failed. The report also shows the latest failure date and number of active defects linked to each test.

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Failed Tests Report

Test Plan Execution Status Report free report

The Test Plan Execution Status report gives a multi-layered view of the test plan as your team tests the product. Whether you are a director who needs a big-picture percentage of failed tests or a team leader managing individual test results, you’ll find what you need here.

The Test Plan Execution Status report is included in our Free HP Quality Center Report pack. Review the Test Plan Execution Status report detailed description and full-size screenshots.

Test Plan Execution Status Report

Test Steps Report

The Test Steps report shows a list of tests with their steps. Additionally the report can be used to review tests without steps to monitor the test creation process.

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Test Steps Report

Test Coverage Gap

The Test Coverage Gap report shows a list of tests that are not assigned to any test set. The report helps to insure that all tests appear in the Test Lab.

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Test Coverage Gap Report

Defect Triage Report

The Defect Triage report shows a list of incoming defects (problem reports/bugs). The report provides very detailed information about active defects in a very concise format. The report saves a lot of time when used during defect triage or DRB (Defect Review Board) meetings.

Defect Assignee Report free report

The Defect Assignee report makes every bug triage meeting a breeze. Whether you are a QA/Development manager, team lead, or product release manager, you can see exactly who has the load, how serious the distributed and backlog bug counts are, and where to go from here.

The Defect Assignee report is included in our Free HP Quality Center Report pack. Review the Defect Assignee report detailed description and full-size screenshot.

Defect Assignee Report

Not Verified Defects Report

The report shows a list of resolved, but not yet verified defects. The report is designed to track the defect verification process to avoid missing issues due to the late defect verifications.

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Not Verified Defects Report

Requirement Priority Report

The Requirement Priority report shows the requirement folder hierarchy in such a way that it is easy to see the requirement priority distribution. The report can be generated to show the high-level summary by presenting data for the first level folders only as well as full requirement folder structure with a list of included requirements.

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Requirement Priority Report

Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) Report

The Requirements Traceability Matrix report shows correlation between the requirements and tests. Additionally the report can show the number of relations on a folder level.

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Requirements Traceability Matrix Report

Requirement Status Report free report

The Requirements Status report tracks the high level goals set by Product Management. It intersects with completeness-of-testing data to easily track the delivery of these goals in time for product release.

The Requirement Status report is included in our Free HP Quality Center Report pack. Review the Requirement Status report detailed description and full-size screenshots.

Requirement Status Report

HP Quality Center Report Pack Editions

We provide three different HP Quality Center Report Packs. The reports included in the report packs work with HP Quality Center/ALM 9, 10, 11, 11.5 or 12.
  • Free Report Pack includes six high quality HP Quality Center reports. Download free report Report Pack.
  • Standard Report Pack includes 11 standard reports. The pack is designed to support Test and Defect Management features of the HP Quality Center.
  • Pro Report Pack includes 11 standard + 5 advanced reports. This pack extends the Standard report pack with the test and requirement management reports.
A report server based on Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) connects to the HP Quality Center database directly and generates our business intelligent (BI) reports using the latest information committed to the HP QC database.

Report CategoryReports Included in the HP Quality Center Report Packs
FreeStandardProfessional
Reports61116
Test ManagementTest PlanTest PlanTest Plan,
Test Steps,
Test Coverage Gap
Test Execution ManagementTest Lab,
Test Run Progress
Test Lab,
Cycle Status,
Failed Test,
Project Cycles,
Test Run Progress
Test Lab,
Test Result History,
Cycle Status,
Failed Test,
Project Cycles,
Test Run Progress
Requirement ManagementRequirement StatusRequirement StatusRequirement Priority,
Traceability Matrix,
Requirement Status
Defect ManagementDefect AssigneeDefect Triage,
Not Verified Defects,
Defect Assignee
Defect Triage,
Not Verified Defects,
Defect Assignee
Team ProductivityTeam ProgressTeam ProgressTeam Progress

HP Quality Center Report Pack Installation

The report installation consists of three major steps:
  1. Setup a report server based on MS SQL Server Reporting Services (2008, 2008 R2 or 2012).
  2. Create a read-only database account on your HP QC database server.
  3. Deploy our reports to the report server and point them to your HP QC database using credentials of the read-only database account.
After these steps the reports can be accessed using the web browser within your network. Use the Report Manager application to view/print/export reports, change the report default parameters, save snapshots, create email subscriptions, link reports, and manage security access.

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