Standalone test cases are those which are not associated with a requirement nor added to a test suite. The version of the Standalone test cases marked as current must be in Final status to be included in a build.
To add them to a build, navigate to the Test Coverage primary tab and then to the Builds secondary tab. In the specific build's details window, go the Standalone Test Cases tab and click the Select Standalone Test Cases button. Select the test cases to be added and then click Add.
The version of the test case used in the build is the version marked as current. To edit the version used in the build, this must be done in the test case itself (in the Test Cases secondary tab under the Test Coverage primary tab).
If you do not see the desired standalone test case in the list of available test cases to add, please check the following:
- The version marked as current for the standalone test case is in Final status. If the version marked as current is in the Draft status, the test case will not appear in the list of potential standalone test cases to add.
- The standalone test case is, in fact, a standalone test case and does not have any linked requirements or test suites.
- Depending on the settings of your project permissions, you may be able to view all the project test cases or just a subset of them. Project owners manage the permissions of project members.
Users must have view and edit permissions in the test coverage module to add standalone test cases to a build. Depending on the settings of a users project permissions, users may be able to view all project builds or just a subset of them. Project owners manage the permissions for project members.