There are several signs that make my shoulders sag if I see them when I start working at a new site. These are the obvious errors that there is really no excuse for. If you’re guilty of any of these in your code it’s time to hang your head in shame, pull your finger out and stop it now!
Whereas Functional Testing test plans are generated from the Requirements documents, Structural Testing Test Plans are generated from the application itself. Whilst there will always be a significant amount of overlap between the two test plans(Functional and Structural), both should still be created as there are differences in the types of errors captured by each.
If you routinely set all of your variables to a reset time of “automatically” and your formula variables are all set to calculate “as needed” in Dialogue you could be creating a maintenance nightmare for you and your colleagues. Take your Dialogue knowledge to the next level and take control of formula calculation timing and variable reset timing. Continue reading
A basic principle I always try to stick to with Dialogue is to keep things as simple as possible (Keep It Simple Stupid). If something looks too complicated to easily explain then it probably is. Take the following example (using word Mergefields to define the content) from an insurance document I have worked on recently:- Continue reading