WHAT IS THE MICROSOFT GRAPH?
To ensure your organization is getting the most out of your Office/Microsoft 365 licensing costs, you need to understand the capabilities of Microsoft Graph and how it can be used. Simply put, Graph gives you access to an immense amount of data and allows for remote management of most Microsoft services and users in and outside of your tenant. It can securely connect Office, Windows 10, Business Central, Azure AD, Planner, Exchange, and more. Per Microsoft, “Microsoft Graph is the gateway to data and intelligence in Microsoft 365. It provides a unified programmability model that you can use to access the tremendous amount of data in Microsoft 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security.”
*This blog has been updated as of November, 2020.
Whenever a new tool is released that replaces an existing one, there is always the question of whether the new product is ready and full featured. In the case of Power Apps replacing InfoPath, the answer is a resounding yes.
While InfoPath will still be supported until April of 2023 for legacy systems, there is no guarantee that it will be supported in Microsoft 365 until that time. Microsoft recently announced the end of SharePoint Designer 2010 workflows, giving customers six months to upgrade to 2013 or Power Automate. And it’s not just that they won’t be supported, the flows will stop running. There’s a good chance that the same could happen with InfoPath on M365.
What is Automation Testing?
Automation testing is a Software testing technique used to test and compare the actual outcome against the expected outcome. This can be achieved by using any automation testing tool and writing test scripts. Test automation is used to automate repetitive tasks, regression tests and other testing tasks which are difficult to perform manually. The goal of automation testing is to complete test execution efficiently and in the least amount of time.
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