Computer Aided Test Tool (CATT)
Definition - What does Computer Aided Test Tool (CATT) mean?
Computer Aided Test Tool (CATT) is an ABAP Workbench test tool from SAP. CATT allows programmers to create automatic test cases without user interaction. CATT is part of SAP's popular R/3 system, a comprehensive set of business applications for storing, analyzing and retrieving corporate data.
Techopedia explains Computer Aided Test Tool (CATT)
CATT provides a library of reusable testing modules and allows reusable test cases to be executed in different testing environments. CATT also comes equipped with advanced debugging modules, providing a detailed log of activities and intermediate steps. This helps to make the testing approach more organized and structured.
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