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Proper use of the term "checkpoint"
This is more a question on terminology that I want your opinion on:
I have classified the items to be tested by QTP into 2:
- QTP Standard Checkpoints
Any test item that can be tested using the Text, Standard, Table checkpoints available in QTP
- Custom Checkpoints
Refers to testing items that CANNOT be covered by the QTP standard checkpoints (such as checking for dyanmic objects, dates and the like). These come in the form of user-defined functions.
Is my term "Custom Checkpoints" actually correct from your point of view ? Should the term "checkpoint" be reserved for only those covered by QTP GUI? I was thinking of renamin the group to "Programmatic verification" or something similar
Thanks. Any advice would be welcome.