Business Flow Testing

Mastering the business flows before commencing testing.

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end user experience

When a sub system fails, the entire system fails. You need to test workflows from the user’s perspective and validate the various user interfaces, but also ensure the flow of information between the systems.

Set up
end-to-end tests

Review and validate requirements, set up the test environments, define hardware /software requirements, decide the system processes and its integrated subsystems, describe the roles and responsibilities for each system, outline testing methodologies and testing standards, create the requirements for tracking and designing your test cases, and list the input and output data for each system.

Scale their
testing efforts

Ensure your application works across devices, environments, and operating systems, validate APIs, database interactions, networks, communications for functionality and performance. Increase the productivity of the application and boost your confidence in the product prior to going live with it.

Advantages of
end-to-end tests

Focus tests from end user’s perspective, prevent production issues and ensure coverage for business requirements. Get the advantage high code coverage, faster test execution and more focused tests. Identify system dependencies including database, network, hardware and applications.

Business Flow Testing – Use a Layered Testing Strategy Based on a Framework Utilizing Simulation and Real-Life Scenarios: Step 1: Create Tests for Application Endpoints. Step 2: Create Tests for APIs and Communications Layers. Step 3: Create Tests for Simulation Scenarios. Step 4: Create Tests to Validate Aggregated Data.”



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