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    Im looking for a cheap alternative to Test Director, it doesnt have to be open source, just a little cheaper per licence and defect/bug logging is not required.

    Any ideas?

    #2123
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    jannek76
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    Have you evaluated TesLink or RTH

    [url:3eqpo8xr]http://www.rth-is-quality.com/home.php[/url:3eqpo8xr]
    [url:3eqpo8xr]http://testlink.org[/url:3eqpo8xr]

    #2124
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    el007
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    Its not a freeware, but its much cheaper & friendly user than Test director & Rational ClearQuest.
    http://www.seapine.com

    #2125
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    French tester
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    Hi,

    If you want to have an alternative to “Tests Director (now Quality Center)”, my opinion is about TESTLINK.
    Its an Testing LOS (Open Source Tool Testing).

    TESTLINK is an excellent solution for a little or middle testing project and no licence charge.

    I used this tool, with any other tools, in a few of my project (im project director in testing in France). And my project managers are happy to work with TESTLINK.
    I have many ROX (Return On eXperience) with this kind of tools. And i have never disapointed.

    But, there are the same problem with all LOS :
    – no support from editor (off course)
    – you must writing the operatory manual, the installation and exploitation manual
    – no version with no bugs, etc.

    See Ya

    #2126
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    Also worth considering is the Commercial Open source solution QaTraq. Find out more at
    [url:2m4st6i6]http://www.SoftwareTesting.net[/url:2m4st6i6]

    #2127
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    ndinev
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    Try TestLink or Testopia(Bugzilla plugin)

    #2128
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    egavaldo
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    XSTudio ([url:1q7l9gcr]http://www.xqual.com[/url:1q7l9gcr]) is also an alternative.

    #2129
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    Zephyr
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    We are a small start-up based in valley- Zephyr. We are test engineers ourselves, so we have built QA management tool from test engineer perspective and of course, its economical!

    Please let us know any feedback.

    Thanks

    Sean
    http://www.getzephyr.com

    #2130
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    clickme
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    [quote:2l1bnnxo]its economical[/quote:2l1bnnxo]

    Does that mean it is not open-source then?

    #2131
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    Zephyr
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    No,we are not open source. We are a controlled beta, we are giving out 5 licenses for trial. We are looking towards QA community to try our product. It can be installed without any IT support. We believe that we have captured daily flow of QA activities.

    Any feedback from software testing community will be a big encouragement for us.

    Thanks
    Sean
    http://www.getzephyr.com

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