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The purpose of unit testing is to enable administrators to test scripts. Use test cases, or test scenarios, to cover all the options from a target script.
We also recommend you to use unit tests while creating your implementation (writing scripts and configuring processes). When you make changes to the script, or after a product release, you should retest your scripts to ensure everything still works correctly.
Unit tests are comprised of three segments:
Context Initialization: Defines the input.
Script Execution: Call to execute the script.
Assertion Methods: Assertions to test against.
To access unit tests, go to Setup > Development > Scripts and locate your unit tests in the file manager.
See Unit Test Script Example for information on writing unit test scripts.