In this post, we will learn how to create a TestLink project. Prior to this, you have to successfully install TestLink on the system without any errors. ( TestLink Installation on Windows )
You can log in to the TestLink system by accessing the login screen URL. The way you access TestLink depends on the installation process. For example, we can access TestLink on local machine using the following URL as shown below
http://localhost/testlink/login.php. We can replace the localhost with the <IP>:<PORT> or domain name of the webserver.
Enter a valid username, password, and hit the login button. For the first time login, we can use admin/admin credentials.
Creating a TestLink Project
When you log in by the first time in TestLink it is displayed to you a page to create a Test Project. After creating a test project you will be able to create test plans, requirements, specify and execute your tests.
On this page, you can enter the necessary information for creating a new project as shown on the screen.
You can enter the project name, prefix, description. You can make sure the following options are checked, Requirements feature, Testing Priority, Test Automation (API keys), Inventory, Active, and Public.
Once you’re done with entering the project information, click on the Create button to create a project in TestLink.