Tests have tabs/properties/fields like Description, Test Case type, Requirements etc. When we review others tests, we have to check if these things are at least present. Is there an easy way to automate this without things like sonar qube? I prefer to use some groovy or java code to do it. Such work is very tedious, boring and should be automated IMO.
1. Test case type - All our tests have default custom properties like TestCaseType which can be regression, smoke etc.
2. Yes, people can bypass automated checks for things like description by inserting dummy text or a useless description. That is why we also have a person review the test cases after they are written or have major updates. But, we should still automate checking of at least some test metadata (e.g. test type, description, requirement etc.). It will help the test writer to see if they forgot to fill in some of the metadata before they submit the test for review.
@sonya_m- I don't get any notifications on the bell icon of this forum anymore. So, I don't know if there are any updates on my posts unless I go to my posts and check manually.
rajs2020, I will look into this!
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Yes, you are correct! this is one of the ways @nmrao
However, you can set up the community account to receive bell notifications for any threads you create/reply to, as well 🙂