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Get the most out of your CA Agile Requirement Designer trial.

Step 1: Now that you have your trial, here are options for next steps. 

The trial license lets you use the full capabilities of CA Agile Requirements Designer for 30 days.

You can always re-open the License Wizard from the Help menu to switch to another license. After 30 days, you can either switch to the viewer license to use CA Agile Requirements Designer indefinitely in read-only mode; or you can decide to buy CA Agile Requirements Designer and request a named license, or set up a concurrent license on a server for several users.

To extend the trial period or to purchase the full product, reach out to the Global Service Center.

Getting Started with CA Agile Requirements Designer

Step 2: Model

Create an initial model. Import your existing tests. At its core, CA Agile Requirements Designer is a modelling tool. You create models that represent the behavior of your application and the requirements associated with that behaviour. We call models flows. From your flows, you can see the logical paths through the application, and create test cases for those paths.

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Step 3: Improve Your Model

Design your requirements. Use your requirements to design your model. Try not to create one model that captures everything. Instead, make separate models for specific goals such as: to gain insights into requirements, processes or architecture. Find out some of the tips and tricks to getting started and you can also use the Automatic Model Building Accelerator feature to help too. 

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Step 4: Optimize

Generate the minimum set of test cases for maximum coverage. The tool allows you to find all the possible paths to give an overview of every test case possible, or to perform exhaustive testing of a feature. If there are just too many permutations, you can easily find a smaller subset of tests to cover just the cases relevant to the current iteration. You can also find the smallest number of test cases with 100 percent functional coverage. 

Optimize your test cases.

Step 5: Automate the Automation

Automatically generate test automation scripts. Use CA Agile Requirements Designer to automate your automation. Assign code snippets to steps in your model to generate the scripts to cover your test cases. Export the scripts and execute them in third-party testing tools.

CA Agile Requirements Designer: Automate the Automation

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