QuickStart Manual Testing
Welcome to the Test Modeller QuickStart Manual Testing Tutorial series. In this series, we are going to take you through Getting started, Modelling out combinations, Generating & Running test cases and Publishing a test suite all for Manual Testing.
Watch the 2 tutorials to guide you in using QuickStart Manual Testing in Test Modeller.
While many of our QuickStart Tutorials focus on Automation, here, Mark Chassy, Solutions Architect at Curiosity Software, demonstrates how to manually Model out at a high level Business Flow.
Using Test Modeller you see how sub-processes are created quickly and using the Explorer file manager it’s easy to rearrange these into a folder hierarchy to suit your project structure.
Taking one of the business sub-processes (we refer to them in the tool as Subflow) you see the start and end points make reference to their position in the high level flow. But also to avoid specificity, it’s possible to rename these generically as start and end.
Here, Mark Chassy, demonstrates ways to Model variations of a high level scenario. Making use of the Subflows (typically seen in a model as business sub-processes) created in the first clip, Mark suggests the typical but also atypical ways an end user may navigate a system.
Data can also be injected into the model, but this demonstration is simply to verify how to model a high business flow and identify any associated variations.
Both successful criteria and failed outcomes need to be considered and this is achieved using various endpoints, and labelled them as valid and invalid. This clip follows a first segment about the Modelling out a high level Business Flow.