Triaged Tester

March 11, 2009

How to Implement Test Automation Framework Methodology

Filed under: Automation,Checklist,Stratergies,Tips — Triaged Tester @ 6:10 am
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1.Identification of the Scope of Testing: Company Oriented, Product Oriented, Project Oriented
2.Identification of the Needs of Testing: Identify Types of testing e.g. FT, Web Services etc. and application / modules to be tested.
3.Identification of the Requirements of Testing: Find out the Nature of Requirements, Identification of type of actions for each requirement & identification of High Priority Requirements
4.Evaluation of the Test Automation Tool: Preparation of Evaluation Checklist, Identification of the Candidate Tools Available, Sample Run, Rate & Select the Tool, Implementation & Training
5.Identification of the Actions to be automated: Actions, Validations & Requirements supported by the Tool
6.Design of the Test Automation Framework: Framework Guidelines, Validations, Actions Involved, Systems Involved, Tool Extensibility Support, Customs Messages & UML Documentation
7.Design of the Input Data Bank: Identification of Types of Input file, Categorization & Design of File Prototypes
8.Development of the Automation Framework: Development of Script based upon Framework Design, Driver Scripts, Worker Scripts, Record / Playback, Screen / Window / Transaction, Action / Keyword & Data Driven
9.Population of Input Data Bank: Different Types of Data Input, Population of Data from Different Data Sources, Manual Input of Data and Parent – Child Data Hierarchy
10.Configuration of the Schedulers: Identify Scheduler Requirements & Configure the Schedulers.

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