Monday, May 14, 2012
Test Scribe is a documentation power tool designed to construct documents directly from the TFS for test plan and test run artifacts for the purpose of discussion, reporting etc. This is a popular extension for MTM, allowing users to export Test Documents, in previous posts I wrote about extending Test Scribe Template for MTM 10. Test Scribe – Automatic Document Generating For Test Manager 2010 Test Scribe – Developer Guide ...
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Couple of days ago I wrote about How To Change Test Scribe Template since than I got plenty of emails on that subject asking me to supply more and more information about changing Test Scribe Template. Many people thinks that: “The output generated by Test Scribe is not customizable in this release.” But this is not fully correct, you can change the Test Scribe template but this will require couple of hacks….. But possible I recommend you to read the How To Change Test Scribe Template article to understand what...
Sunday, October 16, 2011
I’ve wrote about Test Scribe couple of months ago and explained how you can Generate word documents from Microsoft Test Manager.
Test Scribe is an awesome tool for Generating Test Documents, but can I change the document template? Test Scribe comes with a Default Template and many customers what’s to change the template to their needs.
This is the best way I found how to do that, and it require to drill down to some file inside the Test Scribe.
Make Sure you backup all files before doing any changes!!
Locate Test Scribe Template
Navigate to –> C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\PrivateAssemblies\TeamTest