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מחפש צרות - כללי כלים - מיכאל שטאל (עולם הבדיקות גיליון #8)

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מחפש צרות - כללי כלים - מיכאל שטאל (עולם הבדיקות גיליון #8)

כללי כלים
כשאנחנו מדברים על אוטומציית בדיקות, האסוציאציה הראשונה היא של מערכת מורכבת: בקר להרצת בדיקות, סקריפטים, מוניטורים למיניהם, לוגים, דו"חות, ממשק משתמש ומן הסתם גם איזה בסיס נתונים שתומך בכל העניין. משהו גדול, כבד ומסובך.
אבל בעצם אין שום דבר בהגדרת "אוטומציה" שמגדיר אותה כך. ג'יימס באך, למשל, מגדיר אוטומציית בדיקות כ"כל שימוש בכלים לצורך בדיקות"...

מאמר זה הופיע בגיליון #8 של מגזין עולם הבדיקות - לצפייה בפורמט המלא כולל קישורים וכד' ובשאר מאמרי גיליון זה:


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