TAU

Test Automation Utility 

Test Early.Test Often.

Created by D2K to improve G2 unit testing. 

  • Organizes tests in a single user interface

  • Creates tests quickly and easily 

  • Runs any number of tests with a single-click

  • Reports detailed test results as the tests are running

  • Keeps production code clean and isolated from test code

Bring the power of the xUnit test framework into G2

D2K has created a unique and powerful software Test Automation Utility (TAU) that facilitates the task of testing and validating mission critical G2 software. With D2K’s native G2 xUnit test framework, software engineers can now create, organize, and execute tests in a few clicks and get instant feedback on their code, thus assuring timely and cost effective completion of projects.  

CREATE

Develop tests and test cases quickly using intuitive menus, automated code generation, and a library of assertion methods.

REPORT

Easily create a permanent artifacts of your test results. Detailed reports of the last test run are saved with a single click.

ORGANIZE

TAU groups your tests by test case and displays them in a single user interface. Prominently displayed results give you immediate feedback on a test run.

ISOLATE

Keep your production code clean by saving all test code in test modules. They attach above the module-under-test making it easy to test exactly what needs testing.

RUN

Run the tests you need; when you need. In a few clicks you can run all, some, or just one test - perfect for test driven development!

POLISH

TAU has basic code quality checks built in. Check your application for items with notes, methods and procedures with unused variables, and consistent modularization in a few clicks.

Watch TAU 

in Action

TAU + Mocking Framework

Provides developers with a set of tools for rapidly isolating a unit of code from its external dependancies.

Allows multiple mocking scenarios to be used across test cases and test suites.

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