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Is it okay to use only or mainly Groovy in test cases?

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Is it okay to use only or mainly Groovy in test cases?

I was thinking of using ReadyAPI components only for repetitive things like JDBC, MQ etc., and doing everything else with Groovy scripts as much as possible. Is this advisable? Why not?

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Re: Is it okay to use only or mainly Groovy in test cases?

@rajs2020 : It totally depends on requirement, if your project's requirement gets solved via ReadyAPI in-built feature then you can use those feature as you are paying for it. if not then you can write your custom groovy code.

 

For me it is combination of both ReadyAPI in-built feature + my own custom groovy code where ever it needs.

 


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Re: Is it okay to use only or mainly Groovy in test cases?

@rajs2020 : It totally depends on requirement, if your project's requirement gets solved via ReadyAPI in-built feature then you can use those feature as you are paying for it. if not then you can write your custom groovy code.

 

For me it is combination of both ReadyAPI in-built feature + my own custom groovy code where ever it needs.

 


Click "Accept as Solution" if my answer has helped,
Remember to give "Kudos" 🙂 ↓↓↓↓↓



Thanks and Regards,
Himanshu Tayal

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