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As UI tests are slowish I think its important to be able to run them in parallel. In order to be able to run them in parallel your data-management becomes even more complex, since if the tests use the same data-source they could change data into conflicting states and make tests randomly fail, that why the tests should all run in isolation. Currently I am ...


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This is a really interesting question. I don't think we're entirely happy with our approach, and we discuss it regularly, but these are our constraints and what we've done so far (framework has been in use for about 3 years). 1) We reload a skeleton database at the start of each test run. This has a minimal set of data, as little as possible - a user, ...


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It's hard to provide input on your specific processes, but here's how I generally deal with Selenium automation. Maybe it can help you out. One separate database which contains all the data for the tests: data-driven testing. This means you'll likely have to compose Views (combining tables as necessary) which serve as the datasource for test methods. ...



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