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There are tools that will generate a set of tests that cover every combination at least once without hitting all possible combinations (these work on the principle that most bugs will be surfaced by exercising pairs of settings). Since the feature hasn't gone live, your business analyst is probably your best reference for the combinations that are most ...


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When writing scenarios using header+steps conventions I usually put preconditions, actors, involved system components in the header section + a brief summary and in the case of more complex scenarios, a "dictionary" of entities used in that particular scenario. In writing regular steps I try to follow a simple pattern for every step: Action: One sentence ...


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The answer is no. Equivalence partitioning is used for input or output values of a software component, so that you can derive test cases using representative values of the partitions. Example: If you want to test a function which determines the winner of a game after it has ended, and there are two input parameters pointsPlayer1 and pointsPlayer2, the ...



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