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Re: [XP] Number of Acceptance Tests per User Story

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  • yahoogroups@jhrothjr.com
    The basic answer is: at least one. How many more depends on the story, and also how they like to organize their work. Some people like to write lots of little
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      The basic answer is: at least one.

      How many more depends on the story, and also
      how they like to organize their work. Some people
      like to write lots of little tests, some people like to
      put all of the little tests in one big script.

      One issue to watch out for is the tendency to write
      too many workflow tests without abstracting out
      the business rules.

      John Roth


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      Hi,

      How many Acceptance Tests do people usually write per User Story?

      Thanks.
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