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From One Test To Test Framework With Rapise

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A tutorial by Alexey Grinevich, presented at InflectraCon 2019, in Cincinnati, OH on September 10, 2019.

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From One Test To Test Framework With Rapise

  1. 1. From Single Test to Test Framework With Rapise @Inflectra | #InflectraCon
  2. 2. Alexey Grinevich Rapise Engineer, Inflectra @AlexeyGrinevich
  3. 3. From Test to Test Framework Single Test Scenario Objects Libraries
  4. 4. From Test to Test Framework Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 … …
  5. 5. From Test to Test Framework Shared Code Shared Objects Shared Libraries Shared Object Types Re-use Same Scenarios for Different Purposes Maintenance Group Work
  6. 6. From Test to Test Framework
  7. 7. From Test to Test Framework  Ease of scripting  Scalability  Modularity  Understand-ability  Re-usability  Cost & Maintenance  Maximum coverage  Better error handling  Minimal manual intervention  Easy Reporting  Segregation  Test Configuration  Continuous integration  Debugging
  8. 8. Framework in Rapise + Spira Key Features Maintainability Clarity (Understand-ability) Re-usability
  9. 9. Create Framework In Rapise
  10. 10. Adding Sub-Tests
  11. 11. Making it a part of the Framework
  12. 12. Saving to Spira
  13. 13. Test Set Cases in Rapise
  14. 14. Test Cases in Spira
  15. 15. Combine Test Set
  16. 16. Several Test Sets
  17. 17. Test Set Level One framework – many test sets Test Set Configurations
  18. 18. Configuring Single Test - Parameters Test Set – Configuration Product - Configurations
  19. 19. Change Test Purpose  Change Browser  Run on Mobile Device
  20. 20. View Execution Steps
  21. 21. View Execution History
  22. 22. Rapise + Spira is a Framework  Pre-configured (Decisions are made)  You may change them  Pre-Defined Path From Test to Test Set  Selected Key Features  Maintainability  Clarity (Understand-ability)  Re-usability
  23. 23. Q&A Contact me: @AlexeyGrinevich alexey@inflectra.com

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