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Functional Test Reporting Prateek Baheti

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  • 1. PRATEEK KUMAR BAHETIFunctional Test Reporting:- Moving Beyond Test Percentage- The Anatomy of a good report
  • 2. WRITING TESTS ANALYZING FAILURES
  • 3. Do You ???• Have a separate team to analyze test failures• Not have conclusive results to a test reportanalysis• Constantly refer back to the environment whileanalyzing test reports
  • 4. Most Basic Test Report
  • 5. Slightly better ???
  • 6. A little more context !!!
  • 7. Greater Visibility
  • 8. Environment Information in report
  • 9. Data and Presentation
  • 10. A rigid report
  • 11. Analyzing features covered in tests.
  • 12. An example JSON data
  • 13. Analysis of your tests
  • 14. Link to project management tool
  • 15. Embed Video in report
  • 16. Trend analysis ???0204060801001201 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10Success rateSuccess rate
  • 17. Tests are meant to checkREGRESSION
  • 18. Heat maps for tests
  • 19. Lets Summarize !!•  What does a good report need to have ?•  Data separated from presentation•  Analysis of test reports