What are the best practices of testing sharepoint application and infopath forms
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This is a very high level question. I might be able to help with manual testing a little on both MOSS & WSS.
You can start with the Sharepoint Site Collection settings, checking all the Site title, URLs, Enabled Features in the Site Actions.
Test all the below for individual sites recursively.
Test the site collection settings if defined and the site collection URL if provided in the design.
Move on to the different Sharepoint lists, libraries and pages settings (in the respective order) within the site.
Test the Default page first and then move onto other pages.
For pages, test the Page Title, Filename, Type and Template name before testing the page webparts.
In the Pages(Default & Custom sharepoint Pages) you can test individual
1) Data View Webparts for source and fuctionality as designed.
2) List View Webparts and their Default Display settings.
3) .NET Webparts settings and their fuctionality as designed.
Test the event actions specified with respect to user actions in the webparts as specified for eventhandlers for all webparts in the page.
Test the webservices defined for user actions on webparts.
After the pages in the site collection is tested, move on to Page navigation in the Site Actions, for Global navigation and left navigation settings.
Finally, on the page, test the security settings for People & Groups set on the webparts in the page.
Continue the order for other sites within the app.
"The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it."
I too do not have a very deep knowhow on Infopath. Will post it incase I come across any.
Thanks Marvin, your reply is helpfull [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]