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Modern application development involves heavy usage of automation tools. However Exploratory Testing and Usability Testing are still done manually. Exploratory Testing being an intuitive approach encourages creativity and drills down to the smallest functionality of the Application under test. (AUT). This technique is predominantly being used where requirement documents are not available or partially available,...
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In today’s world database technology is a proven method to store and manage any kind of data. Database not only stores the data but it establishes a relationship between the various data elements with ease within a single software application. This increases capability of business operations and reduces overall costs. In Worksoft Certify we have...
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What is the use of reuse? Reusability – this is something which we talk and focus a lot in any given project. But what actually it is and is it really important? Ok so let me take you in past when we had no such theory. ‘Control + C’ and ‘Control + V’ were the...
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In Part 1 of this blog, we had discussed on how to create a sample Project in SoapUI that could be integrated to Worksoft Certify. This Part 2, continues to touch on the pre-requisites for SoapUI – Worksoft Certify Integration and finally how to use Certify in this context. Pre-Requisites for SoapUI – Worksoft Certify...
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SoapUI is an open-source web service testing tool for service-oriented architectures (SOA) and representational state transfers (REST). Its functionality covers web service inspection, invoking, development, simulation and mocking, functional testing, load and compliance testing. Source Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SoapUI  Tutorial: https://www.soapui.org/getting-started/soapui-interface.html A web service is a service offered by a device to another device, communicating with each...
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As we can only share / re-use processes within any given Project in Certify, the best option for end to end testing is to have a single Certify Project. Below is the proposed folder structure for a typical Project: Folder Description 1.1 – Integrated Tests This folder will contain final / approved versions of test...
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There are some key things in some of the standard SAP transactions which play a vital role if it is not already setup in the underlying SAP environment. Let’s take an example of creating a Purchase Order (PO) in SAP via tcode ME21N. I think most of you are aware that in SAP we have...
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Before you start building your processes in Certify, you must set up your SAP environment to work with Worksoft Certify. The SAP GUI needs to be configured to support the script recording and playback feature of the Certify SAP Learn (Live Touch) utility. From the SAP GUI toolbar, click the ‘Customizing of Local Layout’ button...
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Before you start working or using ODBC Data Object in Certify you need to know about ODBC. What is ODBC?                           (Source: https://support.microsoft.com/kb/110093) Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) is Microsoft’s strategic interface for accessing data in a heterogeneous environment of relational and non – relational database management systems. Based on the Call Level Interface specification of the...
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As a user of Worksoft Certify to automate testing of business applications, you are often faced with this question – how to maintain the Test Data? Based on our extensive experience across multiple engagements, we strongly recommend our customers to maintain Test Data in Certify Recordset. Certify features an integrated test repository can maintain all...
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