Merchant Payment System End to End Testing and Integration Test Automation

Merchant Payment System End to End Testing and Integration Test Automation

Use Case Description
To perform end-to-end testing and integration test automation for a merchant payment system using UiPath Test Suite, you can follow these general steps:
Define Test Scenarios: Identify the various test scenarios you need to cover for end-to-end testing and integration testing of the merchant payment system. This includes both positive and negative scenarios that cover different functionalities and edge cases.

Set Up Test Data: Prepare the necessary test data that will be used during the tests. This may involve creating mock transactions, customer information, payment methods, and any other relevant data required for the tests.

Design Test Cases: Create detailed test cases for each identified test scenario. Outline the specific steps to be performed, the expected outcomes, and any preconditions or dependencies required for each test case.

Configure UiPath Test Suite: Install and set up UiPath Test Suite, which provides a comprehensive platform for test automation. It includes components like UiPath Studio, UiPath Orchestrator, and UiPath Test Manager. Set up the necessary environments, projects, and configurations within the Test Suite.

Implement Test Automation: Use UiPath Studio, the visual automation tool, to automate the test cases you designed earlier. Leverage the UiPath activities and features to interact with the merchant payment system’s user interface, validate data, simulate user actions, and perform assertions on expected results.

Data-Driven Testing: If needed, utilize data-driven testing capabilities provided by UiPath Test Suite. This allows you to execute test cases with different sets of test data, covering a wider range of scenarios without duplicating the test cases themselves.

Test Execution and Reporting: Execute the automated test cases using UiPath Test Suite. Monitor the test execution, observe the system behavior, and validate the expected outcomes. Generate detailed reports on test results, including success rates, test coverage, and any encountered issues or errors.

Integration Testing: For integration testing, ensure that the merchant payment system interacts correctly with other systems or components, such as payment gateways, databases, or external APIs. Implement specific test cases to verify these integrations and automate them within UiPath Test Suite.

Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) Integration: If you have a CI/CD pipeline, consider integrating UiPath Test Suite with your existing tools and processes. This allows you to trigger the test automation as part of the overall deployment process, ensuring that the payment system remains functional after any code changes or updates.

Maintenance and Iteration: As the merchant payment system evolves or new features are added, update and maintain the automated test suite accordingly. Perform regular regression testing to ensure the system’s stability and functionality are not compromised.

Process Flow Description-
1.UiPath Studio -
Within UiPath Studio, developers can simply drag and drop activities onto the canvas and build complex test cases with ease without the need for extensive programming knowledge. The Transactions, Merchant & Terminal User management, Login, Configuration, etc. modules Test Cases are created for Admin & Merchant web dashboard as well as the Merchant mobile application. This stage involves seamlessly integrating the POS terminal and the payment gateway with Test cases. Furthermore, the Test Cases are linked with the UiPath Test Manager. 2. Source Control -
Following the creation or modification of test cases, developers push them to a GitHub repository.
3. CICD Azure DevOps -
In the CICD (Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment) process with Azure DevOps, when a new build becomes available in the git repository, Azure DevOps retrieves the code and generates a NuGet package. Subsequently, this NuGet package is published in the orchestrator.
4.UiPath Orchestrator -
Within the Orchestrator, UiPath robots execute the test cases on a virtual machine (VM), and the results of the execution are then added to the UiPath Test Manager.
5.UiPath Test Manger -
Within the Test Manager tracking test results in real-time is done. defects are instantly sent to the Merchant acquisition system’s issue tracking tool with detailed, visual logging, so developers can triage, and fix rapidly.