Written by Svetlana Kislaya
Decision tables are used:
- when the output data or program behavior depends on the combinations of input data values;
- by checking the “business rules”.
Decision tables are usually divided into four parts.
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Hi svetlana kesalya, nice posting on Decision tables, keep posting more articles on testing,i love to learn from this site…
You are right; the business rules group likes to express their requirements in a decision table format. There is a well-thought-out decision table editor at
this is the right way to go designing and automation
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