Once the "Tracking Code Status", "Quality Check Codes" and "Quality Teams" have all been setup, the "Quality Tests" can be made.
The "Quality Tests" are cards defining what Quality Checks are going to be done and what results are expected when the "Quality Order" is created.
From the "Role Center" in Setup, click into Quality Tests and create a 'New' one.
If you have a "No Series" defined, this will pre-populate the No field on the card. Manually add a number if "No Series" is setup for Manual No's. The Version No will auto-populate to 1. Populate the Description field (100 character limit) with the description for what the Test is for.
In the Quality Team Responsible field, select from the dropdown the Team that will be responsible for the "Quality Tests". This will auto-populate the Name field. You can then assign the specific user in the Default QC Team Member field if necessary. The Status will default to 'Open' but can be changed to 'Certified' or 'Closed'. 'Open' allows the Test to be editable. Changing this to 'Certified' will allow it to be used (and can then be selected on the "Test Automation" screen). Using the status of 'Closed' will signify the Test is no longer active and should not be used.
The Date Created field will auto-populate once the Test is created. This is pulled from the Work date. The Created By field is not editable and does not pull through from the User card once created so this remains blank. The Tracking Code Status can now be assigned.
In the Quality Check Code field, from the dropdown, select what Check you want to associate to this Test. You can have as many checks here as you wish. This will populate the Description field, Unit of Measure and Result Type which are all pulled from the "Quality Check Code" table but are all editable if required. The Target Result is dependant on what Result Type is being used. The below summary confirms what can and cannot be done based on the Result Type in use.
'Integer': Will not use pre-defined Values from a "Quality Check Code" on "Quality Tests". Target Result requires manual population. Allows for Result Calculation options of: 'Value', 'Min', 'Max', 'Average' & 'Sum'. Can utilise the Lower Limit/Upper Limit fields.
'Lookup': Will allow for pre-defined fields to be selected from the Values of the "Quality Check Code". Result Calculation cannot be changed from 'Value'. Lower Limit/Upper Limit fields cannot be used.
'Decimal': Will not use pre-defined Values from a "Quality Check Code" on "Quality Tests". Target Result requires manual population. Allows for Result Calculation options of: 'Value', 'Min', 'Max', 'Average' & 'Sum'. Can utilise the Lower Limit/Upper Limit fields.
'Text': Will not use pre-defined Values from a "Quality Check Code" on "Quality Tests". Target Result requires manual population. Result Calculation cannot be changed from 'Value'. Lower Limit/Upper Limit fields cannot be used.
The No of Results field can be changed numerically if you want to do more than one result logged against the check. The Result calculation is only editable where Result Type is 'Integer' or 'Text' but include options 'Value', 'Min', 'Max', 'Average' and 'Sum' which will look at all of the results logged and calculate the result by this value.
The Lower and Upper Limit fields can be used where the result doesn't need to be a specific value but it can fall in between the lower and upper values specified. Where you are only expecting the "Quality Order" to pass if these are met (or the Target Result if Lower and Upper Limits are not in use), tick the Key Result field. Where this remains unticked, the "Quality Order" will not log as a fail if a result is entered outside of these parameters.
Once all data is populated, ensure the Status is changed to 'Certified'.