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New Post 3/19/2021 3:34 PM
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Decision table 

I wonder if you guys can help me to understand and calculate this below. thank you.

Generate- File. Note Table.

Ascending Group.

x - - - - Open output employee
1 2 3 4 5 6 Move.... to Dept-Code. 1000 2001 2002 3004 7777 9990.
1 2 3 4 5

Move.... to Dept-Name.  Stamping Assenbly Sales Maintenance

Personnel Administration.

x x x x x x Perform output-header thru output-header-exit
x x x x x x Perform output-Details thru output-Details-exit
- - - - - x Close employee

 

if output-header writes one record and output details writes 10 records, how many record will be written to employees? 66, 77, 88,99, 166?

 
New Post 3/21/2021 11:00 AM
User is offline ShreeMBA
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Re: Decision table 

Hi 

I am trying to understand the question. I have quite an idea about the decision table which i had used for one of my application testing.

It will be great if you can share  more details on the below:

1.What are the number of conditions taken into account

2.What are the actions that will happen for each condition and the number of actions

3.If there are any exceptions allowed if yes the count of it.

 

 
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