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Software testing tool

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We are developing a typical vb/sql server application, which will be used by
20 users. Our test engineers are manually testing the application, as and
when new changes are made in the application. We are looking for a good
testing/regression software,
(i) which should automate the repeatedly testing modules, so that we can
ensure that "the new changes" did not affect the existing system
(ii) should be easy to learn/configure
(iii) cost effective

Thanks for any input.
J Justin
Nov 20 '05 #1
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We use NUnit with Visual Build Pro. NUnit is a free tool and Visual Build
Pro is only a couple of hundred dollars.

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Sorry for posting in this newsgroup.
We are developing a typical vb/sql server application, which will be used by 20 users. Our test engineers are manually testing the application, as and
when new changes are made in the application. We are looking for a good
testing/regression software,
(i) which should automate the repeatedly testing modules, so that we can
ensure that "the new changes" did not affect the existing system
(ii) should be easy to learn/configure
(iii) cost effective

Thanks for any input.
J Justin

Nov 20 '05 #2

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* "Precious" <ju****@preciousmicrotech.com> scripsit:
Sorry for posting in this newsgroup.
We are developing a typical vb/sql server application, which will be used by
20 users. Our test engineers are manually testing the application, as and
when new changes are made in the application. We are looking for a good
testing/regression software,
(i) which should automate the repeatedly testing modules, so that we can
ensure that "the new changes" did not affect the existing system
(ii) should be easy to learn/configure
(iii) cost effective


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Nov 20 '05 #3

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