Can Hexawise take constraints such as invalid pairs into account?
Yes. Let’s explain the issue by way of an example taken from a health insurance application: • Since Mac operating systems do not run Internet Explorer, you can easily identify “Operating System = Mac OSX” and “Browser Type = Internet Explorer” as an invalid pair. • If you then wanted Hexawise to identify what Test Cases should be included in your Test Plan, the Test Cases Hexawise generates would not include any Tests containing both of those two values. If you couldn’t enter such constraints into Hexawise, testers would be given instructions to execute tests that couldn’t possibly be executed to the last step in the test case. Hexawise’s algorithm’s handle this challenge effortlessly.