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Cel, As always, it depends. If there's a requirement that the link contain a label then obviously the test needs to check that a label exists (whether automated or not). Here are some of the possible things I'd consider with this scenario: Is the code dynamically generated or static? For a static "once and done" page, the mark 1 human eyeball might be ...
Specflow and Fitnesse approach the process of testing in two different ways. The process of passing inputs into your tests is very much a way of exploring the functionality of what the system can do. BDD however is all about defining scenarios that define exactly what the system should do. As a result, I would susggest the execution pattern for these ...
A lot of your question talks about the tools, Jira, source control, etc. I think you are letting the process that the tools facilitate is guiding your thinking too much. If you read Liz Keogh, she repeatedly talks about the conversation that you need to have in order to fully define and form your ideas about the feature that you are developing. I think ...
In addition to what Kate said, here's one thing I always consider when writing up scenarios: I am writing them up as an user of the application, so I need to provide all the details that the user would be aware of, and not much more than that. The rest can be handled by the code behind it.
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