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Use case testing is basically a Test Designing technique. Use case contains the steps, this steps explains how the actor (which may be anything like user, client or other devices or system.) interacts between the applications. So this use case cover all the functional requirement of the application. It has two parts one is main scenario and other is exceptional scenario.

We will discuss some examples.

Use Case Name: Bike driving
So the use case name is Bike driving

Actors and System: Driver (user) and Bike
The actor are user and bike who are going to interact between each other.


  1. Bike should have fuel.
  2. Driver should know the driving.
  3. Driver should have the Bike Key.

All most in every application, report generation facility is there. So it is very important to test the report and verify the date present in Report. Report can contain anything. They can contain digit, character or both. Some time it also have graphs, charts etc. its useful data which can be helpful to take the decision on further improvement.

Tester need to check many thing in report, one of the thing is to perform data validation testing to ensure the data present in the report is authentic and correct. As we know some application gives us an option to select many parameter. let’s take an example
See below shown image is a report page of a website,

How to Test “Reports”

Constant Timer is very useful element of JMeter software load test plan as it allows you to pause each thread for same amount of time when executes the requests. You can add constant timer under controller and parallel to software load test plan's requests if you wants to put pause on each request. Also you can add constant timer under request if you wants to put pause on that specific request. Let's see how to add and use constant timer parallel to requests in software load test plan with example.