Associating a Test-case with a Test Method

Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010 opens up many scenarios in Test management. Many of the important workflows starts off by associating a test-case entity ( in TFS ) with any unit-tests ( can be Coded UI Test, Unit test and etc., ). Creation or Editing of a test-case can be done from…

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How does “Coded UI test” finds a control ??

Coded UI tests allows user to capture actions and generates property validations on the controls in the application. In order to do functional testing on the application, Coded UI test needs to playback all the actions that are captured and perform validations on the UI objects in the application interface. So, Search for controls forms…

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Automatic Parameterization in Coded UI Tests

Coded UI tests inherently supports data-parameterization by making the recorded methods and validation methods agnostic of the data(values) that was used in the context then. This makes the action recording and the validations to be re-used for any set of data without having to re-capture or re-generate the code. Simple isn’t !! Coded UI test…

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International Software Testing Conference 2009

Last week, I had a chance to attend the 9th Annual International Testing Conference in Bangalore. Visual Studio 2010 had a booth to present the Demos and Videos on the ALM solutions provided by Microsoft in Visual Studio 2010. It was pretty eclectic group with people from different countries involved in different levels of testing…

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Visual Studio 2010 – Functional Testing

Visual Studio Team Test is part of the Visual Studio 2010 that encapsulates a suite of testing tools for Application Lifecycle management. Some of the features of VSTT are the ability to create Unit Tests, Web tests and Load tests for Performance and Stress testing, more importantly the Functional Testing capabilities that addresses the needs…

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Using Visual Studio Team Test for running tests in Developer Environment

A developer environment is typically a development machine where the product sources and corresponding unit tests are present in an enlistment. Many a times, a developer may need to block their feature development in order to run unit tests for some of the bugs in their queue. It is a productivity blocker because many instances…

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