I need a large number of test cases and don't have technically skilled people to record and/or write them.
I want to less well-trained staff, but can I do this economically?
Do you have any advice?
Makes sense and is understandable ALessing..
Recording a test is, in most cases, much less difficult that constructing the from scratch.
Here is a simple guideline that should give you some pointers. http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... guide.html
The "best practice" here is going to be to try it out and see how it goes.
If "too high" a proportion of resulting tests can't be used for some reason or other, then this won't be cost effective.
How big that "too high" threshold is going to have to be up to you.
Let us know how it goes.
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