This feature is available in all editions.
The Test Trend report shows how the status of tests have changed over a period of time. Each bar represents the unit of time specified (days, weeks, or months). The height of the bar is determined by the number of tests. Each bar is grouped to indicate the status values defined in your Lifecycle instance.
Accessing This Report
On the main menu:
Reports> Test Trend (in the Project/Release Reports, Iteration Reports, or Testing/Quality Reports sections)
Sprint Tracking > Testboard > Test Trend (from the Reports drop-down menu)
(Optional) Select any of the filters below (or use the default filters) and click Go. To clear filters, click Reset.
- Sprint/Iteration: Shows data assigned to the sprint/iteration. The default value is "All".
- Team: Shows Team-specific data for the project or program. The default value is "All" or "Blank".
- Backlog Group:
- Shows data assigned to the selected backlog group.
- Workitem: Shows data for a specific work item type: All (all workitems), Stories, Defects, or Testsets. The default option is "All".
- Start Date: The first date the report begins calculating data.
For project-based reports, the default start date is the project start date.
For sprint/iteration-based reports, the default start date is the sprint/iteration start date.
For member-based reports, the default start date is 13 weeks prior to the current date.
If the start date is set to the current date or later, no data displays.
Duration: The number of days, weeks, or months to display.
For project-based reports, the default duration is the number of weeks from
the project's start date to today.
For sprint/iteration-based reports, the default duration is the number of days in the
For member-based reports, the default duration is 13 weeks.
The report ends at the current date, so if the selected start date and duration
extend past the current date, no data displays after the current date.
- Show All Projects: Check this box to include all projects in the report.
All VersionOne trend reports require at least two data points. If not enough data is available, the report may be blank. Depending on the duration you select in the filters, at least one complete period of data must be available to draw a trend line. When selecting days, this means that the minimum duration is actually 2 days, which will include 2 data points.
Your Show Weekend report settings may affect how much data is selected. For example, if you choose two days as duration and one day is a Saturday or Sunday, and you have elected to not Show Weekends, then you may not have sufficient data to show a trend.