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how to test ur object after completiing u r development.

hi,

i wanna ask one question that how we can test our objects after developing it and before sending to quality client.

thanks in advance.

jp

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2007 at 08:17 AM

    Hi there

    The testing of your object really depends on your requirement. When you test your object , you basically are trying to see if your development has met the functional requirements . If it has , your development is successful.

    Do you want some specific info?

    lemme knw

    cheers

    shivika

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      Hi JP,

      I hope, by Udo's post, you got a gud idea.

      For design part, you will be testing the interface in the test tab itself with all possible values/conditions etc. Here, you wl get to know, how the data is getting transformed etc.

      For configuration part, you can test from Tools -> Test Configuration by providing the required information.

      For End-to-End Scenario try to trigger the data from source and check for the response.

      regards

  • Posted on Jun 13, 2007 at 08:17 AM

    Hi Jp,

    that depends on your scenario. Usually i would say: Just send a message to your scenario. You can simulate that, for example is there a Test Modus at Runtime Workbench. As well you should test performance, if that is an issue. There is a good performance monitoring at RTW.

    Regards,

    Udo

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