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Elimination of tests cases
I am working as .Net programmer in my company.I have to perform each & every task regarding the project. Right from Requirement analysis upto Implementation. I am already overloaded. My company expects thorough unit testing of the project with proper testing format. As the project is complicated there are a lot of test cases for each & every form. As a software specialist it is very much hectic for me to code and write and execute test cases simultaneously.I am the only person in a company to whom the client believes most for testing. Some of the form contains 4 grids,2 treeviews,19 textboxes and 15 combos...
SOMEBODY CAN GIVE ME ADVICE:
1.HOW DO I ELIMINATE THE TEST CASES FOR THOSE FORMS?
2.HOW THOSE FORMS ARE TO BE TESTED MANUALY?
Re: Elimination of tests cases
I would think if you are pressing hard against unit testing and testing against your requirements you definately have the horse ahead of the cart. You are doing the right thing testing in the early stages but red flags go up when I see a developer testng their own code and pushing it to live. I know, I have done it.
Are you able to get any UAT (User Acceptance testing) involved? Have you looked into any freeware automated testing tools?
I think, because of your situation, you might want to test at a very low level during development and perhaps push to a higher-level test once the code is complete.
That is my opinion. There is a lot of good advice from folks in here so they might have other scenarios I missed.