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Layout of Test Specs worked from
Just wondering if someone can give me some feedback here. I have been using Silktest for about a year now. They way we work witihn the company is that I produce the automation from test specs we currently have. These test specs currently run continuously in that in order to do test B you must have successfully completed test A.
My problem is that I am finding that I have to write a disproportionate amount of error handling code in case stuff goes wrong.
I am proposing to change the format of these test specs, and was wondering if anyone had any positives / negatives about scripting small independent modules of code using Silktest as opposed to dependant coding.
Re: Layout of Test Specs worked from
I agree with you. Error handling writing can be very painful.
I see nothing wrong with redesigning the manual test cases to make it more simpler and practical for automation scripting.