Do you struggle with testing different input values?
Do your developers waste time by duplicating a test to run different data values?
Do you find testing your custom UIs challenging?
Do you face complexities in testing your custom UIs for navigability and functionality?
Is validation after a configuration change troublesome?
Do you face difficulties in validating your instance after a configuration change, or do not know where to start?
ATF's Parameterized Testing saves time by executing a single test with different inputs.
ServiceNow ATF's Custom UI Inspector and Custom UI Test Step Configurations enables testing the custom page components.
ATF's Quick Start Tests accelerate end-to-end and regression testing for customized ServiceNow applications.
Duplicating an entire test just to run different data values is very time-consuming. ServiceNow ATF's Parameterized Testing feature helps developers overcome this challenge by enabling them to perform a single test multiple times with different inputs and produce the corresponding results. The framework follows the same test steps as well as the order of execution to execute each test. Besides producing individual test results for different data sets, Parameterized Testing also increases test reusability, as it divides the test data from test actions. Parameterized test data sets can be exclusive to a certain test, or global, allowing for further usability in other tests. Parameterized Tests comply with ATF features such as reports, data rollback and test suites, thus serving as an important highlight to the platform.
It is very common to encounter a failure in instance after configuration changes such as an upgrade is done to a ServiceNow application. Hence, authentication is essential after any such changes and ServiceNow ATF'S quick start tests facilitate users to perform validations quickly. Quick start testing enables the users to speed up the regression testing as well as upgrades to customizations of any ServiceNow application through out-of-the-box tests. Quick start tests reflect the Out-of-the-box-configuration of various modules, providing a good starting point for customization. The users must copy and configure quick start tests to the instance-specific data to produce a pass result. After fulfilling the plugin activation requirements, users can enable quick start tests for each feature or application and proceed with the tests.
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