Manual test execution

The scenarios written within Hiptest can be manually executed.

Once your test run is created (see the instructions to create one), you can start a test execution cycle.

Test execution cycles

You can start or resume a cycle from the current test run page, on the top-right corner:

Start a Hiptest test run executionHiptest resume button starting a test run

If you do so, the cycle will automatically start from this test.

You can close or pause your test execution cycle at any time from the execution window:

Close or pause a Hiptest test run

Or when the cycle is over:

Hiptest test execution done

Note: If some tests haven’t been run (their status is set to ‘not run’), the last screen will
let you inform about them

You can get some metrics about the executions through the life of your test run from its page:

View Hiptest tests

Execute a test

The test execution itself is pretty simple:

Hiptest test execution

From this window, you can:

  • (1) Navigate to the previous or next test within your execution cycle
  • (2) Set a global status for the test, and attach a comment and/or files
  • (3) Set a global status for the test and go to the next one
  • (4) Set statuses step by step
  • (5) Pause or interrupt the current execution cycle.

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Hiptest is FREE for open source projects

We actually utilize a number of open source components, which is why Hiptest service is free for any open source project. We are giving back to the community!

Your open source project must meet the following criteria to be approved:

  • Your project is licensed under a license approved by the Open Source Initiative
  • Your project source code is available for download
  • Your project has a publicly accessible website