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maybe this can help you. if you have any doubt, let me know. Regards. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12230542/jenkins-add-chart-to-the-job-interface/32012357#32012357


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Because there are no requirements, I would say go with your first option. You are relying on normal expectations based on the button text. If the bug is rejected, you can ask why. Better yet though, find someone who should know (PM/BA/Customer or maybe even the dev) and find out what it's supposed to do. The more information you have, the better bug ...


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In addition to already mentioned suggestions: First understand what you are testing, think as an end user. Understand the environment where your product is deployed or hosted. This will help you in checking system beyond the regular functional testing like: if the latest release is not creating too much logs thus filling up memory and the decreasing ...


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You are demonstrating the need to learn. Very good indeed! Here are some advises: Correct language usage. If you want to come across well and communicate effectively you need to take the time for this. Read up on methodology. Know your terms and apply them correctly. Avoid common pitfalls. Apply you mind. Look up existing test cases of good quality. Make ...


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Possible issues with using spreadsheets are that: you are dependent on an external company for software for access to your historic tickets. the only workflows are manual - no enforcement you will eventually run out of space or the sheet will get too big to handle difficult to add attachments such as screenshots of the problem, etc. I would suggest ...


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We have a smallish engineering team. There is an in-house issue tracker built many years ago that we use for customer and internal bugs; however, for testing of features, I use excel. The excel spreadsheet is uploaded to sharepoint. I log the issues with a hyperlink to my documentation (steps to reproduce). The developer reviews the issues and documentation ...



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