As you use Testimony over time, you can “teach” it to suppress certain failures that are either expected or unavoidable, given the way that Testimony works (data-related defects for example) or the set-up of your environment (e.g., bot-related defects) By suppressing these failures, you can ensure that defects are not raised for them, meaning that the effort required for defect analysis will decrease and become more focussed over time.

There are two types of failure suppression in Testimony: step-level suppression, and script-level suppression. These are discussed below.


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