Test Matching and Re-Matching

In a software product development environment, testers use product requirements to create their own test cases, which concentrate on a requirement’s outcomes. Test cases probe each way a user may interact with a feature in a software application.
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In a software product development environment, testers use product requirements to create their own test cases, which concentrate on a requirement’s outcomes. Test cases probe each way a user may interact with a feature in a software application.
After creating the necessary test cases, testers essentially need the test data which is typically spread across multiple databases. Manually creating test data is not a viable option and rarely results in data that has sufficient test coverage, leading to bugs in production.
Test Case Match uses powerful data mining functionality within Datamaker to quickly identify, mine and link data to automated test cases, from multiple sources. It helps the test engineers to find the right data in their testing and development environments. Test Matching helps you to link the test case with the actual test data.
Note:
Test matching supports only Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle databases. You must import data from other data sources into a SQL Server or Oracle database for test matching purposes.
Follow these procedures to match your test cases with the right data: