Quality Assurance and Collaboration

Report
Functional &
Automated
Testing
Randy Pagels, Technical Specialist
Microsoft Corporation
Continuous Value Delivery
Define
Ideation
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REQUIREMENTS
PowerPoint Storyboarding
Agile Planning Tools
Measure
Actionable learning
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Continuous Integration
Operate
Develop
Idea to working software
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Suspend & Resume
Code Reviews
Feedback Collection
Unit Testing
Exploratory Testing
Continuous Integrations
Continuous Deployments
Deployment to feedback
Sprint
Monitor
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SCOM Integration
IntelliTrace in Production
PreEmptive Analytics
Architect
Architectural Discovery
WORKING SOFTWARE
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Understand the Domain
Understand Code Complexity
Maintain Control
Manual testing
User
Interface
Services
Business Processes
Business Rules and Logic
Service integrations
Data access
Identity
Data
Automated testing
Automated testing
Business
challenges
Solutions
Business value
Record and automate UI tests
UI regression test needs
grow over time
Manual UI testing impacts
the delivery cycle times
Automated UI tests are
brittle, time-consuming to
maintain
Robustly instrument UI tests
to reduce maintenance
overhead
Test more functionality in less
time
Associate UI tests with a
scheduled build
Reduce or eliminate
repetitive manual testing
Reduce cycle time when
delivering new features
Convert the test case to
code for enhanced
flexibility
Generate your Coded UI test from
an existing recording, or record a
new test case on the fly
Cross-browser testing support
allows automated testing on
multiple browsers
CodedUI tests interact
directly with your app’s UI
Tests can be run and monitored
on the local machine, or further
automated on a virtual machine
Coded UI tests run as part of your
unit testing suite, enabling
developers to detect defects early
Coded UI tests are part of
source control for
maximum visibility
Even if the look & feel changes, the
automated test still executes properly
Import and run Squish
GUI tests directly in Visual
Studio and view results
Preferred partner solution :
FrogLogic
Associate Squish tests
with MTM Test Cases
Push Squish tests into TFS
Keyword-driven authoring
platform using familiar tools
Preferred partner solution :
LogiGear
Library of preprogrammed
reusable actions
Fully integrated, multiplatform testing
Use unit and web tests to run points of
presence health checks in production
Detect service/application health anomalies
before your users do
• Import unit and web tests created during
development into GSM (Global service
monitoring)
• Configure and run points of presence
health checks using imported unit and
web tests
• Get proactively notified of
service/application health anomalies to
mitigate poor user experiences
MTTR reduction with
integrated incident
management
Incident management tools and workflows
to integrate operations and development
teams in reducing MTTR
Reduction of MTTR
• SCOM and TFS integrated workflows to
manage incidents from occurrence to
resolution
• One click “Assign to Engineering” from
SCOM
• Collection of actionable diagnostics in
production for development
troubleshooting (IntelliTrace)
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Coded UI Best Practices
Use the Coded UI Test Builder whenever possible
Do not modify UIMap.designer.cs as it may be overwritten
Create your test as a sequence of methods
Create a new test method for each new page, form, or dialog
When you create a method, use a meaningful name
Try to limit each method to fewer than 10 actions
Create each assertion using the Coded UI Test Builder
If the UI changes, re-record the test or assertion methods
Know Your Playback.PlaybackSettings
ContinueOnError
DelayBetweenActions
MatchExactHierarchy
SearchTimeOut
SmartMatchOptions
TopLevelWindow
Control
None
ThinkTimeMultiplier
WaitForReadyTimeout
Wait For It…
WaitForControlReady
WaitForControlEnabled
WaitForControlExist
WaitForControlNotExist
WaitForControlPropertyEqual
WaitForControlPropertyNotEqual
WaitForControlCondition
Get Used to using. It’s Useful!
var path = this.UIMap.LaunchAppParams.UIMyWindowsFormsAppWindowExePath;
var altPath = this.UIMap.LaunchAppParams.UIMyWindowsFormsAppWindowAlternateExePath;
using (ApplicationUnderTest.Launch(path, altPath))
{
this.UIMap.SimpleTest();
…
}
Searching & Filtering
Searching
used to look for all possible controls
Filtering
used to narrow that list exactly one
match
X, Y
only used to guide where the clicks
happen within a control
Mouse.Click(uIGOButton,
new Point(19, 18));
Databinding
Test -> Windows -> Test View -> Properties
Select CSV, XML, or SQL
this.UIMap.SimpleTestParams.UIMyTextboxEditText
= TestContext.DataRow[“col_name"].ToString();
Databinding to test parameters happens
automatically when converting from manual
test cases
Friendlier Assertions
Make it easier to analyze test run issues
Assert.AreEqual(expected, actual, “Tax is incorrectly calculated”);
Capturing Images
Image pic =
this.<top_level_window>.CaptureImage();
//Or for entire desktop: Image pic =
UITestControl.Desktop.CaptureImage();
pic.Save(@"c:\file.bmp");
TestContext.AddResultFile(@"c:\file.bmp");
Microsoft Test Manager
Mark each step as pass/fail when recording manual tests
Carefully consider which test cases make sense for
automation, and when
Use the Automation Status field of test cases to identify
candidates for automation

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