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[QF-Test] Reviewing of repeatable test scripts

  • Subject: [QF-Test] Reviewing of repeatable test scripts
  • From: Jon Jenkins <jon.jenkins@?.com>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Jun 2015 14:41:14 +0000

Hi all,


Just wondering if anyone has any recommendations or experience in ‘QA reviewing’ QF-test scripts? We have a number of new scripts being written against as test plan, as you might expect and these will need to be reviewed to ensure they match the test plan.


I cannot really think of any ‘smart’ way to do this short of running through the test script by hand in order to manually check off each step. Nor can I think of a means of tracking / reviewing the scripts (in a similar vein to Crucible or Gerrit) in a graphical format.


No doubt I am trying to over engineer something that doesn’t need it. But I am curious what path other companies take for this. Or if you even review the scripts at all!





Jon Jenkins


Aquarius Technical Architect   



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