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In my project, we have a module called Reporting which covers graphs and charts.

It's basically a dashboard on the homepage of the website with multiple graphs and charts (after inspecting them they are seen to be made of <CANVAS & <SVG tags

They are representing Data from a DataSource.

Manual Test Cases defined are validating that the data represented by the graphs and charts are correct in 2 areas.

  1. Quantification - Value represented in graph and chart
  2. Quality - visual design of chart and graph

How to approach test automation of such test cases? Can we achieve 100% automation in such modules?

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  • I would suggest two improvements to the question: 1 - Explain what do you mean by "100% automation". 2 - Explain what your program does, what risks are you investigating, etc - on top of the tools and libraries that you use to build the program (already explained). Knowing the purpose of your program may help to understand how to better investigate it. Oct 20, 2022 at 9:10
  • Thank you for your comment and answer, by 100% automation I meant will it be feasible to automate all manual test cases that were written for testing Graphs and Chart? I want to write a test automation code that will match datasets in database with its current depiction in the chart/graph. My program should login to website, simultaneously connect with a database in background, program should then start clicking on buttons that generate or display charts and graph and then match what is displayed with what exists in database. @JoãoFarias Oct 20, 2022 at 9:20
  • Going a bit ahead, will it be feasible for any automation tool to analyze the display quality of graphs and charts? Oct 20, 2022 at 9:22

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In the following video you can see James Bach testing and explaining the testing (including the usage of tools) of canvas-based web applications. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noKBIEtEGcs

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You can see how to generate complex and edge-case data setups that may help to uncover subtle bugs.

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