You will be introduced in the Classification Tree Method and you will learn how to applicate it for effective test designs using the Classification Tree Editor.
Razorcat / In-house
Classification Tree Method and test design using the Classification Tree Editor TESSY
Knowledge of C-programming
Test engineers, test designer, TESSY user
Number of participants:
Open seminar: 5-8 / In-house: 5-10
Description The Classification Tree Method is a systematically method for structured test case design. The process of the determination of test cases is parted in subtasks. Therefore the input data regions are parted into classes which depend on requirements, specifications and basically on required functionality. In the Classification Tree Editor this method can be applied visually in an easy and intuitive way. Additionally using the CTE integrated in TESSY you can directly enter the test data and execute the tests in TESSY. This leads to a simplified and accelerated test development.
Designing test cases using the CTM
Creating test cases related to the specification
Realizing the CTM within the CTE
CTM introduction (test design)
CTE introduction with an example
CTE workshop – test design related to the specification
CTE project – test creation from the design to the test execution
Information and subscribing
Seminar flow 1 day: 8:30 a.m. till 4:30 p.m. Organization flow
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