Example implementations relate to separating verifications from test executions. Some implementations may include a data capture engine that captures data points during test executions of the application under test. The data points may include, for example, application data, test data, and environment data. Additionally, some implementations may include a data correlation engine that correlates each of the data points with a particular test execution state of the application under test based on a sequence of events that occurred during the particular test execution state. Furthermore, some implementations may also include a test verification engine that, based on the correlation of the data points, verifies an actual behavior of the application under test separately from the particular test execution state.
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