Do you store test scripts within the source code management tool?
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We are thinking about storing our test cases and test scripts within our source code management (SCM) tool. Is anyone else doing this? Is it feasible? Do you use a separate SCM tool for tests and source code? What about your test execution? Looking for options to storing test cases and scripts for reuse and sharing capabilities. Any thoughts from anyone would help.

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Asked on February 27, 2018 2:50 pm
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I know of a lot of places that use various SCM tools for their tests. It all depends on what you have available and how you want to use it.

[Micro Focus ALM][1] is very popular for users of UFT, UFT Pro and other tools. Other popular tools are [Git][2], [TFS][3], and [Subversion][4].

[XebiaLabs has a list of SCM Tools][5] that might be of interest.


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