FitNesse Testing in EDI

Discussed modern FitNesse testing techniques and
how they can help in reducing testing effort in
EDI development lifecycle


To help attendees get an understanding of FitNesse testing and its extensive usage in the EDI world. It also allows participants to understand how FitNesse simplifies EDI engineers day to day work too.

Topics to Discussed

  • What is called FitNesse testing?
  • Usage of FitNesse testing in EDI
  • EDI FitNesse testing process?
  • EDI FitNesse testing – Benefits
  • Advanced Version of FitNesse testing


FitNesse testing is a freeware framework which enables developers to understand the impact of change made to a particular system. However this when applied to EDI development helps in reducing a lot of manual tasks involved in EDI and also provides a health check of a given EDI System. This FitNesse testing reduces the need of EDI testing engineers in a particular set of team members. Advanced FitNesse testing allows to provide reports of a system performed with changes against real time traffic and also can be designed in such a way that the FitNesse testing reports compliance to guidelines provided by EDI system owners. FitNesse testing can be used in EDI Migration projects where most of EDI Analyst work involves in analyzing the entire system output against a particular set of expected output.

Meet our Host


Mr. Dejas Rajivan Clement

Senior Project Manager

Dejas Rajivan has been working in EDI services for past 15+ years. He worked for different global companies headquartered in US, UK, Europe MainLand, Asia and South Pacific region and in multifarious sectors like Healthcare, Logistics, Life Sciences.

Useful Resource

FitNesse Testing in EDI

FitNesse testing is the most commonly used testing framework which allows collaboration with developers, end customers and testers in writing their own test cases and evaluating the quality of application / piece of code.
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