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How to Translate Manual Test Cases into Automation Scripts? – A Step by Step Guide with Example

This will be basic “how-to” article and is not any automation tool specific. Basically, what I am trying to do here is put the thought process that goes into creating an automation test case into words. As always, I hope this will be useful to you all.

How to design an automation test case or script?

Automation always follows manual testing. Typically, one or more rounds of manual testing already would be performed on the AUT. This implies that manual test cases already exist and have been executed at least once.

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Manual and Automation testing Challenges

Software Testing has a lot of challenges both in a manual as well as in automation. Generally in manual testing scenario developers through the build to test team assuming the responsible test team or tester will pick the build and will come to ask what the build is about? This is the case in organizations not following so-called ‘processes’. Tester is the middleman between developing a team and the customers, handling the pressure from both the sides. And I assume most of our readers are smart enough to handle this pressure. Aren’t you?

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