Tests should be simple and evaluate a specific feature of the specifications.
The tests should be self explantory of what the expected results should be. Whenever alternate expected results are possible, it should also be self explanatory.
Test should contain the minimun number of lines necessary to evaluate the feature.
Scrolling and pagination should be keep to a minimun unless the test is specifically addressing those features.
Tests should be positive, that is conformant to the addressed specifications, unless they are specifically designed to catch negative/error conditions.
Whenever a test is addressing an error condition, test should clearly indicate so.
Whenever possible a test should contain a link back to the specific area of the specifications it is evaluating.
9.0 Whenever possible tests should not contain background colors as part of the test as some colors (such as red and green) are usually used to indicate pass/failure.
Whenever possible execution results should use green coloring to indicate succes.
Whenever possible execution results should use red coloring to indicate failure.
Whenever possible execution results should use yellow coloring to indicate uncertain results.Webmaster · Last modified: $Date: 2008/09/16 18:42:58 $ by $Author: cmontane $
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