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test script

The instructions in a test program. It defines the actions and pass/fail criteria. For example, if the action is "to enter a valid account number," the expected result is that the data are accepted. Entering an invalid number should yield a particular error message. See test case.
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The test script shows the simulation time (Column A) and the test inputs (Column B).
--Additional costs for setup (e.g., purchase of the automation tool, training of staff, and maintenance of test scripts), equipment, lab, and annual software maintenance fees.
The test scripts can contain any sequence of routines that are executable by conventional programming languages, including decision-making algorithms.
Requirements should be mapped to each test script, ensuring that the desired functionality is being tested thoroughly.
You don't have to be afraid to test script changes, more assumptive appeals, new types of programs and different offers, because the telephone is truly dynamic.
The result of the planning stage was a step-by-step test script that was strictly followed during performance of the test.
By measuring performance at each step of the test script under real-world conditions, automated testing finds application errors and performance bottlenecks by tracking the efficiency and interoperability of speech recognition servers, IVRs, database servers, middleware components, WAN/LAN network connections, switches, routers and ACD/load balancers.
Empirix Inc., a provider of integrated test and monitoring solutions for Web, voice and network applications, has introduced a thoroughly upgraded release of its popular Hammer CallMaster test script creation and management software for voice application labs and contact centers.
Prior to testing, NTS*XXCAL Test Engineers developed a test script using Rational Visual Test v 4.0r to perform backup, appends, and restores of ELA-TIA files.
Additionally, AMIDiag 5.42 provides users with the ability to automate their testing processes by utilizing AMIDiag's batch test capabilities via user defined test script files.
It includes guidelines for organizing test teams and for developing a test plan; templates for process administration and documentation; a test script that contains both mandatory dates to be tested and a list of additional dates that may affect certain functions within an application; and formats for performing tests and documenting results.
An ACE test script is broken into three major sections: a section describing how to compile and link the class (the universe and external sections), a section that permits the declaration of variables and functions to support testing in the language of the class under test (the globcod section), and a section containing one or more test cases (the cases section).