Feed4TestNG 0.6.2 released
Feed4TestNG makes it easy to write parameterized tests for the TestNG framework and feed them with predefined or random test data. It enables you to improve your testing easily:
- Reading test case data from CSV or Excel files defined by a business analyst and reporting test success within the build/unit test infrastructure.
- Easily performing smoke tests with random but valid data can strongly improve code coverage and exhibit bugs caused by very special data constellations.
- Defining equivalence class tests easily, which is a powerful methodology of software testers, but little known among developers
Configuration is easy to learn and to maintain and based on Java annotations. They can be used to import data from files (CSV, Excel) or to generate random data that matches data constraints declared with execptions from the "Bean Validation" JSR 303 and Java 7 or from Benerator. By connecting to Benerator, the leading test data generator, you can configure generation of arbitrary complex valid and invalid data sets.
For learning more about Feed4TestNG, visit its homepage: http://databene.org/feed4testng
Download it from sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/feed4testng/files/
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