Developing a common header file containing frequently used calls and variable declarations helps in effective script debugging and avoiding rework that requires manual intervention. This header file is modified whenever there are changes in the environment or any other requests. Without even opening the other scripts, we will be good to proceed with test executions.
In general, for any project, we develop scripts, create test data, and execute the scripts. During tight project schedules, we do not have time to create the necessary data, and synthetic data that we create might not match accurately with the production environment, so we have come up with an innovative idea for fetching the data directly from the database.
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