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Scenario tests

Scenario Testing landing page overview

The Scenario Testing landing page provides a graphical test creation tool that you can use to increase test coverage without writing complex code. You can view and run scenario test cases. By viewing reports, you can also identify case types and portals that did not pass scenario testing.

You can perform the following tasks on the Scenario Testing landing page:

  • View test execution and coverage information for case type tests and portal tests.
  • Open a test case rule where you can add assertions to your test.
  • View the results of the most recent test run.
  • Select and run individual test cases or group tests into test suites that you can use to run multiple tests in a specified order.
  • Download a list of tests, their type, the name of a portal or case that is tested, and the time and result of the last run.
  • View the history of your test runs so that you can quickly analyze the history of all your test runs.
  • View which scenario tests were automatically rerun if they failed.
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Actions required from an LSA

In order to improve the application quality, LSA needs to periodically review the scenario testing results. The following actions taken by an LSA will improve the quality of the application:

  • Review the failed test cases and take corrective actions.
  • Add more test cases for case type and portal rules to increase the test coverage.
  • Review and Instruct the team members to update the existing test cases if any due to the impact of newly introduced functional changes.
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