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  1. page home edited ... Welcome to the Test Automation Experiences WikiTest Automation Patterns Wiki Important noti…
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    Welcome to the
    Test Automation Experiences WikiTest Automation Patterns Wiki
    Important notice: Wikispaces will close this year (September 2018). We are currently checking and beta testing the wiki in our new host. The link TestAutomationPatterns.org should continue to work when we change over to the new site.
    How to get started:
    If you are new to the wiki the best way to get started is using the Diagnostic. The diagnostic asks you questions about where you are now in your automation to lead you to the issue(s)/problem(s) that are most relevant for you, and then to the patterns that will help you.
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    When you have looked around the wiki, please visit our Comments and Discussion about the patterns page and leave a comment! Recent Changes are described here.
    This wiki
    Important notice: Wikispaces will close this year (September 2018). At some point before that, there will be a new host for this wiki. As soon as we have more information we will post it here. The link TestAutomationPatterns.org should continue to work.
    This wiki is available to view publicly (read-only). If you would like to add or edit pages (e.g. to add your experiences), please ask to join the wiki, and we will approve your request, and keep you as a member for a minimum of 3 months. Access is currently free. We reserve the right to remove any member if needed. We may withdraw the invitation of those who haven't taken it up within a month. Full membership is reserved for contributors only. If after three months you haven't contributed with experiences, corrections or enhancements to patterns or issues you may be removed. Of course you will still be able to use the wiki (read only), and can ask to join again if you wish.
    We are keen to get feedback from you - please feel free to make edits to pages - particularly if you can add a short example experience of using a pattern! Before making any major changes or additions, please email us, thanks.
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  1. page Diagnostic edited ... Note: we are talking about automating system level tests, not unit-tests. Here are some quest…
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    Note: we are talking about automating system level tests, not unit-tests.
    Here are some questions to get you started looking for the issues you may be encountering:
    Are you satisfied with your current automation? Did you try automation and it didn't work and is now abandoned, or it just isn't giving you the benefits you had wanted and expected? In this case you now want to improve or revive your test Automation.
    Are you just starting with automation and have never done it before? Look at the issue NO PREVIOUS TEST AUTOMATION.
    Are you are joining a test automation team and have no experience in test automation? Look at the issue LIMITED EXPERIENCE for suggestions on how to catch up fast.
    Are you completely happy with your automation at this time? Then please share your knowledge with other Wiki users. You don't have to read further ;-).
    Do you already know what your specific issues are? If so, you can go straight to the relevant issue(s) from the list of Test Automation Issues.
    At this point, we presume that you are not satisfied with your current automation. Perhaps you tried automation and it didn't work and is now abandoned, or it just isn't giving you the benefits you had wanted and expected. So now you want to
    improve or revive your test Automation.

    Tips:
    If the first option you try doesn't seem to fit your situation, come back to this page and try another.
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  1. page Acknowledgements edited ... this wiki: Lars Nordin for comments on several patterns, thanks. (CAPTURE REPLAY, OBJECT…
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    this wiki:
    Lars Nordin for comments on several patterns, thanks. (CAPTURE REPLAY, OBJECT MAP and INTERDEPENDENT TEST CASES)

    James Tony for a lot of useful ideas for different patterns or issues
    Freddy Vega for adding his experience to the pattern OBJECT MAP
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