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Introduction to Test Case Management in Visual Studio 2010 with Microsoft Test and Lab Manager

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This video demonstrates how to use the Microsoft Test and Lab Manager in Visual Studio 2010 to manage test suites and test cases. This video is based on the Application Lifecycle Management Hands-on Labs that you can download:

Instructions for downloading HOLs and Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 Virtual Machines

Kathleen McGrath
Developer Division User Education


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  • Very well done video for testing.  In the next one can you cover how to create Tests?  Is this a tool Microsoft uses internally to test Windows, Office, Visual Studio, .NET Framework, etc?


    Also, I noticed the expander control, I'm guessing it's written in WPF?

  • Great post, very useful vid Big Smile

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    looks great!

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  • Hi Chris,


    We use this to test Visual Studio, but since it is a first version it is not yet used by other divisions at Microsoft. We have several early adopters in our IT groups, and various other teams checking it out and beginning to use it.


    Yes, it is written in WPF, although there are several WinForms controls loaded in a few places, most notably UI that was brought in from the Team Foundation Client like the query editor.




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