Personally I would interpret the top 3 entities as follows:
Epic/Feature > User Story/Use Case > Acceptance Criteria
So for example:
Epic/Feature E1: Permission, the system should allow the restriction of access to data and actions to specific group of people.
Use Story/Use Case UC1: As an salesperson, I want to be able to access the list of clients ...
As a software testing company, tester has a very crucial role while working in Agile model.
When the Scrum master creates sprints, tester reviews the user stories and provides story points to each story. Task of developer is to write the code and perform unit test of his code. But Tester needs to ensure that all the story requirements are met. Tester needs ...
I have actually found another elegant solution that will work as well depending on your implementation. For my implementation, this worked best.
In your conftest.py file where you have your mocking configured, just put it inside an if/else condition.
# Example conftest.py for your API test
# I'm using this function to define ...