I have developed automated scripts for our application. Now I wanted to create an understanding document, for anyone who wants to continue working and adding to these scripts. Are there like standards to follow when creating such a document. Can i get links to examples, I googled already.
[This message has been edited by Samad Siwani (edited 04-11-2003).]
Re: understanding document
What do you mean "created scripts for your application"? Are these Test Scripts to be used for testing or operational scripts that show how to use the application?
Normally a User's Guide of User's Manual is developed to show how to use the software.
Here is a web location for a document that shows the format and content of a test. http://www.edms.redstone.army.mil/edrd/498stddi.pdf
The document is a Software Test Description and its number is DI-IPSC-81439
I found it on a Yahoo search. There is a whole set of such documents called Data Item Descriptions. My search was Software Test Description Data item description. The short name for such a document is just DID.
I hope this helps.