Implementing an effective test automation framework

  • Kim E
  • Na J
  • Ryoo S
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Testing automation tools enable developers and/or testers to easily automate the entire process of testing in software development. Nevertheless, adopting automated testing is not easy and unsuccessful due to a lack of key information and skills. In order to help solve such problems, we have designed a new framework to support a clear overview of the test design and/or plan for automating tests in distributed environments. Those that are new to testing do not need to delve into complex automation tools or test scripts. This framework allows a programmer or tester to graphically specify the granularity of execution control and aids communication between various stakeholders and software developers. It also enables them to perform the automated continuous integration environment. In this paper, we describe details on experiences and usage of the proposed framework.

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  • Automated Testing
  • Continuous Integration
  • Fit
  • FitNesse
  • STAF
  • STAX
  • Test Automation Framework

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  • Eun Ha Kim

  • Jong Chae Na

  • Seok Moon Ryoo

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