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  • Write your test's business logic and include TestNG annotations in your code.
  • In a testng. xml file or in build. xml, provide information about your test (e.g., the class name, the groups you want to execute, etc.).
  • TestNG should be run.

Test scripts can be written in a well-known programming language (such as C++, C#, Tcl, Expect, Java, PHP, Perl, Powershell, Python, or Ruby) or in a particular automated functional GUI test tool (such as HP QuickTest Professional, Borland SilkTest, IBM TPNS, and Rational Robot).

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