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Step 2: Prepare Test Set for Voice Testing

In Botium, there is nothing special about a Test Set for Voice Testing compared to a Test Set for usual text-based testing. You can even mix voice test cases with text test cases in one Test Set.

There is only one thing to do: telling Botium Box the base folder where it will lookup and place all audio files for this test set.

Note

You can create subfolders of your choice later.

You can select a folder in the Settings section, Media Resource Settings subsection.

Note

We are talking about server-side folders here, not folders from your workstation (unless you are running Botium Box on your workstation of course)

We suggest to create a meaningful folder structure for your test sets. Depending on your use case, you can for example have a structure by test set language like:

  • Botium Box

    • testsets

      • language1

        • test set 1

        • test set 2

      • language 2

        • test set 1

You can use the File Browser in the System Settings to do typical file system manipulation tasks like

  • create or rename folders

  • move folders and files

  • delete folders and files

Note

There is nothing like a Recycle Bin here, so use it wisely.

Now that your test set is ready, let’s create a first test case - Step 3: Prepare or Record Audio Samples