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Ten Factors for a Successful Regression Test. No. 10 Output Analysis

Output should be easy to understand and interpret. QA need to make the decision as to whether something has passed or failed quickly and act accordingly. To allow this to happen it is important that the automation being used creates

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Don’t take a gamble with your regression testing solution.

A colleague of mine is not long  back from a weekend in Vegas with some friends. He played the tables over the weekend and struck lucky coming home with winnings that certainly covered the cost of their hotel and cocktails

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Ten Factors for a Successful Regression Test No. 9 Full UI regression

Ensure no stone is left unturned! For true regression all aspects of the software need to be tested, this means that any automation needs to take in to account UI changes from previous builds. This full content analysis should be

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Ten Factors for a Successful Regression Test No. 8 Script maintenance.

Automation needs to be available to everyone not just specialized test resources. With QA personnel changes, or in fast-paced development environments, it is essential that automation can be manipulated without any impediments. These impediments normally revolve around the technical aspects

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Ten Factors for a Successful Regression Test. No.7 Automation

Being able to create the automation quickly increases the efficiency. One area of testing that lends itself to automation is regression. Automation allows repeatability, and re-use, over the more mundane tasks required. An automation test can be run hundreds of

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Ten Factors for a Successful Regression Test. No.6 Prioritization of risk.

What are the really important processes that could cause the most harm if they went wrong? After smoke tests are completed a more thorough set of sanity tests should be run. These would verify all the important processes, i.e. those

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Regression Testing that delivers business continuity and peace of mind.

“Transport after transport! Everything keeps changing – I’m worried we will miss something important!” Managing a large business critical application inevitably means engaging with change, whether it is change driven by the business, other application interface needs, vendor patches or

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Ten Factors for a Successful Regression Test. No.5 Landscape scope.

Ensure you can fully test end to end across the core applications. You’ve checked your environments secured the process for re-usable and renewable data – we now need to consider the landscape scope. With regression testing integration is key. This

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Solving the Regression Testing Challenge to deliver business continuity and peace of mind.

“Transport after transport! Everything keeps changing – I’m worried we will miss something important!” Is that how you feel some times? Managing a large business critical application inevitably means engaging with change, whether it is change driven by the business,

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Successful Regression Testing in Minnesota

Find out how at the ASUG fall chapter meeting   With every change or transport comes risk. Only you know what the implications of those risks are in your business, but for many the security provided by an effective regression

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