Test development phase

In the Test Development Phase, you play back scripts to verify that they work as intended, using the same version of the application-under-test that you used to record. This phase validates the expected behavior of the application.

The test development phase consists of six steps:

  1. Restore the test environment and set the playback options.
  2. Play back each script against the same version of the application-under-test that was used for recording to verify that the script performs as intended.
  3. Analyze the results in the HCL OneTest™ UI log.
  4. Use the HCL OneTest UI Verification Point Comparator to determine the cause of verification point failures.
  5. If the script fails, edit, debug, or re-record it so that it runs as required.
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