Testing & Training
SAP Testing Concepts
To save effort, cost, and time, unit testing, integration testing, functional testing, performance testing, and regression testing should all be automated and executed without fail in an organization. Developers/Testers could use the ABAP programming language to develop the test scripts for all such SAP testing types.
A test of some new technical development, like a custom program or interface, usually consists of processing a test data set. This allows us to see if the new code works and if it can perform the process as designed.
Testing configuration, system settings, or custom development usually follows technical unit testing. These tests use actual data or data that is masked but essentially the same as a real data set. A successful test shows that the development or configuration works as designed and the data is accurate as a result.
Testing a process, development, or configuration means looking at how it works with other functions it will touch or integrate with. The test should include all data involved across all modules and any data indirectly affected. A successful test means the process works as designed and integrates with other functions without causing problems in any integrated areas.
Regression testing is typically performed when a large change is going to be released to production environment. In order to conduct Regression testing, it is necessary to evaluate the entire application and verify that the features in production remain as previously deployed.
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