Robots are prone to rust, but luckily, there is a more resilient way to build tests — by using metadata-driven test automation solutions.
A healthy Salesforce environment plays a pivotal role in an organization’s success. Thorough testing ahead of deployment to the end user is paramount, but with so many automated testing solutions on the market, it can be challenging to know which will suit your team’s needs best.
Today, two primary approaches stand out: test automation solutions with robotic test building capabilities (also known as Robotic Process Automation, or RPA), and those with metadata-driven test building capabilities.
Robotic testing tools are gaining popularity, but there are several challenges that you must be aware of when considering these tools, or risk leaving your Salesforce org prone to disaster.
Metadata-driven tools are much more resilient and dependable and could be the answer to a more secure Salesforce environment for your team.
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After reading, you will be well versed in the differences between robotic and metadata-driven test building capabilities and the drawbacks to be aware of so you can make the right choice for your team — and ultimately your end users.