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How to check how many combinations to test?
as you may notice from the title.. I am looking forward to get a solution to find out how to calculate the combinations of my test.
I have to test:
Installation in version 1.0.2 combined with two plug-ins -
plug-in A in version 1.0.2 and plug in B in version 1.0.2. Additionally there is also plug-in X in version 1.0.2.
All of them have to be tested (or first of all I have to see what could be tested) all together in version 1.0.2 as well in 1.0.1.
Core 1.0.1 single installation
Core 1.0.2 single installation
Core 1.0.1 --> 1.0.2 update
Core 1.0.1 single installation + plug-in A 1.0.1
Core 1.0.1 single installation + plug-in A 1.0.2
Core 1.0.1 single installation + plug-in B 1.0.1
and so on...
Is there any possibility to calculate it in a smart way.. instead of writing in all down in a row and to forget the most things.
Thanks for helping!!
There are tools for "pairwise testing" and other combinatorials that might help you. PICT and Allpairs are good examples.
This might help:
Pairwise Testing in the Real World: Practical Extensions to Test-Case Scenarios
Pairwise Testing - Available Tools