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Acceptance Criteria (Testing): Minimizing the Number of Given-When-Then Test Scenarios

How to Save Time Using Test Data Engineering, Boundary Analysis and Equivalence Classes and Get Reliable Regression Tests as a Bonus


Author: Tom and Angela Hathaway
Video Duration: 7.42 minutes

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Test Data Engineering Using Boundary Analysis and Equivalence Classes

On most projects or products, time and budget considerations do not allow exhausting testing for each set of test data, especially when there is a large pool of input combinations. Test data engineering uses equivalence classes, boundary values, and probable error to limit the number of acceptance tests required to achieve confidence that the application works as intended.

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