Testing Dynamics is important. It’s what keeps your business running. But it isn’t always straightforward.
In this short post, we outline the 8 best practices for testing Dynamics 365. We'll also link to an extended whitepaper with more information.
That way, you’ll be equipped to find the right solution so testing won't become a hindrance.
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Dynamics can be challenging to test. Deep object trees and Dynamics ID’s make it difficult to automate even the simplest processes. The solutions we’ve used up until this point can’t keep up.
Manually testing Dynamics takes a lot of time and it’s prone to human error. It’s impossible to keep up with the number of tests.
Code-based testing using software like Selenium creates more technical debt. It prevents scaling too.
That doesn’t mean all test automation is complicated. Running an agile shop isn’t possible without automation. But some solutions are better suited to your needs than others.
With the right strategy and tooling to support your team, you can achieve agility in your testing and release at speed.
So, what best practices should you be following to create space for the tasks that bring you (and your company) the most value?
Software testing takes up 80% of development costs. But it doesn’t have to.
We’ve put together an extended best practices whitepaper to help you in your search for an automation solution. One that works for and with people.