We are proud of the enhancements about to be delivered in version 2.0 of Hexawise (software test plan generation solution). Hexawise a software test design tool that helps teams test their software faster (by decreasing the time it takes to design and document tests and decreasing the amount of time it takes to execute tests) and more thoroughly (by scientifically packing as much coverage into each test as possible). We provide it as software as a service solution. Three of the most imported enhancements in our dramatically improved, soon-to-be-released version are:
Requirements (forcing certain specific combinations to appear in the test plan)
Adding Expected Results, which saves time in test case documentation
Better auto-scripting, which also saves time in test case documentation
The embedded slide presentation above, provides graphic illustration of these features.
At the "Required" screen (short for "Requirements"), you will be able to add specific combinations of test conditions/test inputs to the tests that Hexawise generates. Tracing requirements to specific test scripts can be challenging, particularly as requirements change and sets of regression tests age. You'll find this feature helps make requirements traceability easier and less error-prone.
You can add Expected Results to the test scripts generated. This provides test stating exactly what the result should be so that someone reviewing the result of the test can verify if the expected results conditions were actually met. If Hexawise is the first test generation tool you've used, you might take this for granted and think that this is just how the world should be.
If you've used other test generation tools before finding Hexawise though, you might feel compelled to publicly declare your love of Hexawise and/or send gifts to the engineers and designers at Hexawise who created this great feature. We believe its a feature unique to Hexawise should save you huge amounts of time when you document your test scripts.
Auto-scripting was very appreciated by users, and we have enhanced this feature of Hexawise significantly in Hexawise 2.0. Our help system includes a through review of this (and many other features of Hexawise): Auto-Script test cases to quickly include detailed written tester instructions.
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By: John Hunter on Mar 21, 2013