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It depends, and there are no industry standards. Seriously. Any metric can be gamed (and will be, if you use it for assessment). I'm not aware of any standard approaches, not least because the teams are - or should be - evaluating themselves regularly and looking for ways to improve their own processes (if they aren't then they're probably using ...


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There are two ways of proceeding with this. Go to the actual class file testSuite.TestOrder and change the @Test tag on the method to @Test(enabled="false") But you will have to recompile your class files every time you have to make a change. @Test(group={"ignore"}) TestNG has a group option which help you categorize the tests. Mark all test that you want ...


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Personally, I find the style of writing a test case is irrelevant as long as the essential information for it is there: Who will be performing the test - the level of detail I use will be different for a test that's being performed by an experienced tester than for one that I expect a novice tester to perform. I'll give more guidelines to a novice and use ...


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In my experience, it will greatly depend on how your developers choose to add attributes to elements. For example, if the element that you need to interact with has an ID, you can use that as a SearchProperty to assist in finding the element that you need: objPage.SearchProperties.Add(HtmlControl.PropertyNames.Id, strID); UITestControlCollection colControls ...



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