Folder structures

As the number of artifacts grows, a project might start to look disorganized and tests and stubs might become difficult to locate. Adding meaningful logical folder structures means that test artifacts can be organized neatly and found quickly.
Consider the following points:
  • Depending on the test phase, name your folders accordingly, for example, Unit Tests, SIT, or UAT.
  • Common functions within tests can be separated and placed in a Common Functions folder or Sub Functions folder, which can be referenced by the parent test.
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