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(Full Disclosure.... I work for Pragmatic Works) Pragmatic Works' LegiTest allows for automated Data Validation to quickly verify your data is accurate, error-free, and up-to-date between any two systems with an OLEDB/ODBC/ADO.Net connection (including databases, applications, and web services). Users are instantly notified with data validation results, ...


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I always do mysql database testing in my selenium tests with python and it is quite simple. import MySQLdb db = MySQLdb.connect(host="your_host",user="your_user",db="your_db",port=3306,passwd="your_password") with db: cur = db.cursor() cur.execute("select * from table1 limit 1") rows = cur.fetchone() first_column_content=rows[0] print ...


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Not all tests have to be acceptance tests, some regressions are better tested with unit testing where you mock external systems


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We use that style of regression test where I work, too. It can be challenging to ensure that the system produces consistent results for the same input. Ask whether you can run your tests at a lower level. It may be possible to record/playback inputs and outputs of specific subsystems, rather than using inputs and outputs of the system as a whole. ...


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In this case what I've done is create a proxy server for these third party services so you can control the interaction. Example: An iOS application we have talks to an API that another team works on, which we don't control on our team, so we created a proxy server to imitate the responses from the API. We also made it so we can customize the response to ...



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