Test Case Paths : Happy, Sad & Bad
I came back from the background of writing test cases which were categorized in either Positive or Negative test cases. Positive test cases were business flows which may or may not give any result but they will certainly not give any exception or error. Negative test cases are those test cases which were bound to result into some exception or better expressed as error causing scenarios. Then those positive test cases were prioritized as High/Medium/Low . Finally it used to result in quite a comprehensive test case document. Then it will go through the process of review and few more updates or change of priority etc. Certainly it is a tedious process. Here in ThoughtWorks I got introduced to different way of categorizing test cases called “ Happy/Sad/Bad ”. A test case which results you in a positive result is a Happy path , for e.g. entering proper username and password on login page. A test case which yields no result like entering invalid username and invalid password on a logi
Welcome to Ipswich, Nishant!ReplyDelete
I have been reading your blog for ages, and it's great to see you visit my home town. From the photos it looks like you are staying in the Salthouse - a nice hotel, which I hope you are enjoying.
I shot a bunch of videos around Ipswich and the waterfront last November, which you can see at http://www.youtube.com/user/ipswichvideo/videos
Thanks Frank ! It's indeed a beautiful place and I am enjoying my stay !ReplyDelete