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I would first contact the supplier and ask how they automate the testing of their application. Probably they use a tool and setup to drive their application end-to-end. Maybe they can teach you. Test-ability would be key for me when acquiring new off-the-shelve software products, certainly if they are going to be used in complex automated workflows. Second I ...


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Let's consider the difference between the two: Functional Requirements (FRs) tend to be explicitly requested by the customer/end-user, and are usually expressed in terms of "it must do this" or "it mustn't do that" Non-Functional Requirements (NFRs) tend to be vague or generic (eg meet the ISO 12345 standard) or things that experience ...


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