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I'd avoid implementing the class twice. I would simply test the original implementation i.e. MultiFilesIterator class with real files dedicated for the tests. The class is simple enough to test directly, and seems to be designed to specifically work with files, so I think the extra level of abstraction is redundant here. This would also keep your testing ...


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Sharing my thought as I almost asked the same question. I find that keyword-driven test framework in a way helps the QA to start before the application is ready to be tested. Although in reality, your QA team probably has something else (products/releases already in production) to test while implementation of the current relese isn't ready yet. The problem ...


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Are Unit Testing, System Testing and Component Testing subsets of User Acceptance (UA)? They are not so much subsets as much as different phases. Systems testing is probably the one that relates most to User Acceptance Testing. Unit testing is done while writing the corresponding application code and is at the level of "When I call this method internally ...


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It depend how in the project the UAT is defined. There could be a document something as "Testing Strategy" for UAT phase and this can define whether the Unit test results, code coverage metric, or whatever is a part of User acceptance tests in some manner. It is not about subsets, but about the testing phases: Unit testing is usually done by vendor ...


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It depends on who uses the term. Either of the orderings you described is possible. If you hear or read someone using the term in an ambiguous way, and the ordering matters, ask them which definition they are using.



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