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 1      Installing Gemini 5
 1.1        Pre-requisite Checks
 1.2        Installing Gemini 5 Using Automated Installer
 1.3        Installing Gemini 5 Using Zip File
 1.4        Upgrading 5.0 to 5.1
 1.5        Upgrading 4.2 to 5.1
 1.6        Using Windows Authentication
 1.7        Setting up with Geckoboard
 1.8        Setting up with Lucidchart
 1.9        MS Project Connector
 2      Getting Started with Gemini 5
 2.1        Signing in to Gemini
 2.2        Navigation in Gemini
 2.3        AppNav Cards
 2.4        Gemini Terminology
 2.5        Features and Functions
 2.5.1          The Grid
 2.5.2          The Planner
 2.5.3          Activity Page
 2.5.4          Timeline Page
 2.5.5          Roadmaps and Changelogs
 2.5.6          Documents
 2.5.7          Standard Reports
 2.5.8          The Calendar
 2.5.9          Burndown and Burnup Charts
 2.5.10           Ad Hoc Reporting with Excel
 2.5.11           The Data Import Wizard
 3      Creating and Managing Tasks
 3.1        Creating Tasks
 3.2        Rapid Planning (Creating Multiple Tasks)
 3.3        The View Item Page
 4      Structuring Projects
 4.1        Creating Projects
 4.2        Components in Gemini
 4.3        Versions in Gemini
 4.4        Setting Project Defaults
 5      Breeze - Email-to-ticketing
 5.1        Introduction to Breeze
 5.2        Breeze: Queues
 5.3        Breeze: SMTP Servers
 5.4        Breeze: Mailboxes
 5.5        Breeze: Response Templates
 6      Sentry - Testing in Gemini
 6.1        Introduction to Sentry
 6.2        Test Cases
 6.3        Test Plans
 6.4        Test Runner (Executing Tests)
 6.5        Test Run History
 7      Project Templates
 7.1        Project Templates: Introduction
 7.2        Project Templates: Process
 7.3        Project Templates: Screens and Visibility
 7.4        Project Templates: Process Workflow
 7.5        Project Templates: Custom Fields
 7.6        Project Templates: Menus
 7.7        Project Templates: Status, Priority and Severity
 7.8        Project Templates: Resolution
 7.9        Project Templates: Links
 7.10         Project Templates: Time
 8      People and Permissions
 8.1        Users
 8.2        Groups
 8.3        Permissions
 8.4        Active Directory Integration and Windows Authentication
 9      Code Review & Source Control Connectors
 9.1        SVN Server Installation
 9.2        Client Side Gemini Tortoise SVN Integration
 9.3        Git Source Control Connector
 9.4        Mercurial Source Control Connector
 9.5        TFS Source Control Connector
 9.6        Using Saucery for Code Review
 10       Gemini 4
 10.1         Getting Started
 10.2         Installing
 10.2.1           Requirements
 10.2.2           Automated Installer
 10.2.3           Microsoft Web Platform
 10.2.4           Zip File
 10.2.5           Scheduler Service
 10.3         Upgrading
 10.3.1           Upgrading Existing Installations
 10.3.2           Upgrading 4.1.x to 4.2
 10.3.3           Upgrading 4.0.x to 4.2
 10.3.4           Upgrading 3.7.x to 4.2
 10.3.5           Upgrading 3.6.x to 4.2
 10.3.6           Upgrading 3.5.x to 4.2
 10.3.7           Upgrading 3.1.x to 4.2
 10.3.8           Upgrading 3.0.x to 4.2
 10.3.9           Upgrading 3.0.0 to 4.2
 10.3.10            Upgrading 2.2 to 4.2
 10.3.11            Upgrading 2.1.x to 4.2
 10.3.12            Upgrading 2.0.x to 4.2
 10.3.13            Upgrading 1.9.1 to 4.2
 10.3.14            Upgrading 1.9/1.9a/1.9b to 4.2
 10.3.15            Upgrading 1.8.x to 4.2
 10.3.16            Upgrading 1.7 to 4.2
 10.3.17            Upgrading 1.6.3 to 4.2
 10.4         Projects
 10.4.1           Project Concepts
 10.4.1.1             Grouping Projects
 10.4.1.2             Components
 10.4.1.3             Versions
 10.4.1.4             Roadmap
 10.4.1.5             Change Log
 10.4.1.6             Dashboard
 10.4.2           Project Customization
 10.4.2.1             Project Settings
 10.4.2.2             Single, Multiple Item Options
 10.4.2.3             Item Type, Priority, Severity Options
 10.4.2.4             Default Values
 10.4.2.5             Components
 10.4.2.6             Versions
 10.4.2.7             Project Attributes
 10.4.2.8             Which Fields Are Displayed?
 10.5         Item Management
 10.5.1           Overview
 10.5.2           Creating
 10.5.3           Editing
 10.5.4           Viewing
 10.5.5           Visibility
 10.5.6           Custom Fields
 10.5.7           Comments
 10.5.8           Hierarchy
 10.5.9           Links
 10.5.10            Recurrence
 10.5.11            Estimates & Time Logs
 10.5.12            Source Control Links
 10.5.13            Audit Trails
 10.5.14            Workflow
 10.5.15            Filter Items
 10.5.15.1              Using the Filter
 10.5.15.2              Saving and Reusing Filters
 10.5.15.3              Cross Project Roll-ups
 10.5.16            Patterns
 10.6         Planning Board
 10.7         Time Management
 10.7.1           Time Reports
 10.7.2           Recording Time
 10.8         Notifications
 10.8.1           Project Alerts
 10.8.2           Item Watchers
 10.9         Test Management
 10.9.1           Approach
 10.9.2           Plans
 10.9.3           Cases
 10.9.4           Runs
 10.9.5           Traceability
 10.9.6           Filtering
 10.10          Management
 10.10.1            Administration
 10.10.1.1              General Configuration
 10.10.1.2              SMTP and Notifications
 10.10.1.3              Projects
 10.10.1.4              Custom Fields
 10.10.1.5              Item Management
 10.10.1.6              Test Management
 10.10.1.7              Licensing
 10.10.2            Users & Security
 10.10.2.1              User Management
 10.10.2.2              Global and Project Groups
 10.10.2.3              Working with Global Groups
 10.10.2.4              Working with Project Groups
 10.10.2.5              Available Permissions
 10.10.2.6              Project Resources
 10.10.2.7              Assigning Permissions to Projects
 10.10.2.8              Windows Authentication
 10.10.2.9              Active Directory Integration
 10.11          Using Add-on Products
 10.11.1            Visual Studio 2008/2010
 10.11.2            Gemini Desktop
 10.11.3            Microsoft Outlook
 10.11.4            Converse
 10.11.4.1              Installation
 10.11.4.2              Core Mailbox Setup
 10.11.4.3              Selecting Emails to Process
 10.11.4.4              Manipulating Email Content
 10.11.4.5              Outbound Notifications
 10.11.4.6              Project Mapping
 10.12          API
 10.12.1            Introduction
 10.12.2            Enabling API support
 10.12.3            Authentication
 10.12.4            Response Formats
 10.12.5            .NET Quick-start
 10.12.6            Schema Reference
 10.12.7            Administration API
 10.12.8            Alerts API
 10.12.9            Custom Fields API
 10.12.10             Groups API
 10.12.11             Items API
 10.12.12             Projects API
 10.12.13             Users API
 10.12.14             Testing API
 10.13          User Profile
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Test Run History

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Test History

Test History is a Sentry app that exists in Test Plans.

To view the history of tests in a Test Plan:

Select the relevant Test Plan and open the Run History section. You will see the following:

Sentry - Run History 1

Fig 1.0 The Run History expanded in the Test Plan

If you expand any individual test run, Gemini will show you:

  • Every item created during testing as a new issue/bug/task, with the key to the item as a hyperlink that will take you to the View Item page to see its detail
  • Every Test Case in the Test Plan and its status. If any step in the Test Case failed then the Test Case status will be “Failed”.
  • Every Step in each Test Case with expected results, actual results, any attachments, an execution timestamp and the Step status

Sentry - Run History 2 Fig 2.0 Expanded Run History of an individual Test Run

Traceability

That you can link from the Test Plan to an item that was tested or raised in Gemini is part of the concept of traceability, the linkage of a test with what is tested and the outcome of testing if that creates a new item or task. The circle of traceability is completed when one examines an item in Gemini that was created as a result of a test failure and sees that the Source field is a hyperlink that links back to the test from which it was derived (see below).

Sentry - Traceability

Fig 3.0 the Source field on the View Item page

If you click on the Source link in the View Item page, Gemini will take you back to the Test Plan and open the Run History section to the precise run from which the item was generated.


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