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eCATT: Creating & Executing Test Configurations

 eCATT : Extended Computer Aided Test Tool

Creation of Test Configuration

In my previous weblogs on eCATT we were discussing “Creation of Test Case for the Sales Order Scenario” . In the last weblog I had demonstrated the creation of “Test Data Container” . The only step left for the completion of Test Case for the above said scenario is the creation of “Test Configuration “.

I will explain creation of “Test Configuration” with the help of Screen Shots .

Transaction ‘SECATT’ . : Creating Test Configuration .



In the Test Configuration ( zsales_config ) Test data “ZSALES_DATA”( Created in last Weblog ) is attached .


Note : The field Target System is Blank as Testing will be performed Locally .

Now we have to copy variants from Test Data Container to the Test Configuration .


The above screen shows the three variants namely :
· VAR1
· VAR3

Now the execution of this Test Configuration will Test the Sales Order Process with three different set of data .

Executing Test Configuration : zsales _config .

Now , The Log Generated after ZSALES_CONFIG was executed .

The Log reveals that variant ECATTDEFAULT AND VAR1 executed successfully ( i.e sales order creation was possible with these set of Data )
But with Variant VAR3 Error : Order type OR not defined in Sales Area<1000 16 00 occurs .
From the above Test Scenario we were able to infer that
Standard Sales Order type OR cannot be created in Distribution channel 16 .

Thus we have successfully created a Test Case for the Sales Order Scenario .

In my next weblog on eCATT , I will discuss Creation of Test Case for “WebDynpro” applications .

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      Hello Sumeet Kaul:

      The web log is quite helpful and the screen shots are not clear. I am able to execute a simple ecatt script.

      Thank you for your good efforts.