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Test Automation Scripting Technique- Structured Scripting

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by , 03-23-2015 at 02:29 AM (377 Views)
Test Automation Scripting Technique- Structured Scripting
Structured scripting

Structured scripting uses control structures in the scripts. These control structures enable testers to control the flow of the test script/ test case. The control structures are typically ‘if-else’, ‘switch’, ‘for’, ‘while’ conditions/ statements that help in implementing decision making in script, in perform some tasks iteratively and capacity to call other common functions that house commonly needed functionality
*Pros and cons of Structured scripting
  • A structured approach to scripting
  • Test case is defined by script
  • Programming costs are slightly increased relatively to liner scripting
  • Intermediate programming skills are required by tester
  • Planning is required to some extent
  • Data is hard code in scripts
  • Script maintenance required is less since they are robust, maintenance costs are relatively lower than liner scripting.
  • Knowledge of scripting language is required in addition to programming knowledge



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Ronak Shah
Practice Head (QA / Software Testing)
CIGNEX Datamatics

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