|Mixing manuel test methods with automated test methods [message #49852]
||Tue, 10 January 2006 15:53
| Bertrand Quenin
Registered: July 2009
I wonder if its possible to mix (in a manual test for example) a manuel
test method with an "automated" test method.
For example, tester starts with creating a manual test and later want to
replace a manual step with an automated step.
It seems that it's currently impossible since you can only a manual test
method to a manual test behaviour. But it is possible to create (develop)
a test method that can be included in a manual test that would be
automated ??? (it's kinda strange to talk about automated test method in a
manual test suite, but it could be really handy to have such a mechanism)
Thanks for any response about this !
|Re: Mixing manuel test methods with automated test methods [message #50263 is a reply to message #49995]
||Thu, 12 January 2006 18:32
| Paul Slauenwhite
Registered: July 2009
Firstly, thank you for your kind comments and enthusiasm on the project.
Unfortunately, this feature was too late to make it into the TPTP V4.2.0
( http://www.eclipse.org/tptp/home/project_info/featureplans/d raftplan.php?so
urce=All&project=All&release=4.2&file=TPTPFeatur es_4.2.xml). That said, it
will be considered it for the TPTP V4.3.0 plan but all features cannot be
guaranteed for a particular release until they are put in plan (e.g. passing
planning, resource and architectural reviews). As always, please feel free
to contribute (requirements, design and/or resources) for this feature.
"Bertrand Quenin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi Paul,
> This would be a great thing to create a "super" generic test type in
> order to allow test type mixing. However, i guess that doing such may take
> a while considering it's, more than a technical feature, an architecural
> feature. As I want to use TPTP as a core framework in my tool, i'll have
> to write an architectural specification in order to "extend" TPTP and i'd
> like to write this specification in accordance to TPTP design.
> Have you any idea of when this feature will be available since it
> involves design constraints ?
> PS: This TPTP framework is the best tool i've seen so far (like all
> eclipse.org.* tools in general), well done guys !
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