A scripting technique that does not put test data directly into the test script.

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Robot Framework data-driven automation testing: Can data derived from a database be used as a data source for a test template?

I am familiar with using template keywords in data-driven Robot Framework testing and know that external sources of data such as text files and csv files can be used to provide test data. However, the ...
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Invalid xml data generator

I am searching for a tool that can generate invalid data for xml. I know data valid in one system might be invalid in other. Still some error like length, signs, repetition could be simulated. I do ...
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Error loading method in selenium IDE for Data Driven testing

I am trying to execute data driven testing using selenium IDE. I downloaded all the three extensions that are told step by step and uploaded to selenium IDE core extensions in the same order as ...
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How does the DataSource attribute on a test run the test multiple times?

This is going to be a bit long/wordy/verbose, but I've been looking at it for a while and I think that I'm bad at explaining things because people seem to get confused about what I'm asking. You know ...
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How can I test a table of options with python unittest and nosetests?

I have a list of twelve properties and want to test various combinations. The actual test function is the same, just different parameters. I find myself writing a bunch of functions that look like ...
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What data-driven techniques exist for determining that enough testing has been done?

I have seen some SQA groups use defect arrival or "discovery" rates in order to determine whether a piece of software is ready to be released. The idea is that the rate at which defects are uncovered ...