Typically, our belief is that effective testing is the result of good test cases. The ‘goodness’ of test cases is normally associated with the test case contents.
Are good test cases the result of one’s experience or the strength of the techniques?
The architecture consisting of the external form and the internal structure play a vital role in ensuring that the test cases are adequate yet optimal and the ability to be generated and automated rapidly. Read this article that was published in the November 2011 issue of ezine – Tea Time with Testers.