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To answer the main question, your test is a functional test which uses an expected invalid input condition. Some of my classifications of functional test types are: Functional test - any test of the application's functionality. This can include valid input, invalid input, navigation through the application, and pretty much anything else that involves the ...
Can you please give me basic functional and invalid input cases for the above scenario? Functional testing for your scenario would cover cases including but not limited to: Test whether the UI of the screen containing a checkbox and a button are displayed properly (as in color matches the requirement document, the positioning of those form controls ...
Ideally I'd want dev to set a different private subnet to each supported location then change the private IP of the test computer for each location to test when creating the product. If necessary this could be enabled or disable in a config file (have a qa/production config option similar to debug). This would allow you to setup static IP pools on your ...
Start by learning something about SMS encoding for example from wikipedia Then try to understand how phones decode and encode SMSs I think you'll have a clearer idea of how and what to test.
Few Mobile Test Automation service providers are mentioned on this page: http://qtp.blogspot.in/2013/05/mobile-test-automation-1.html
I runned in similar problem last year and decided to automate the date picker component and created a class to use it when I need it. And the time spend in this work is paid always I run the automated tests. I guess you should automatize the actions and componentize them for reuse. And if you using java you may use Joda Time ...
I have found value from testing date time issues at all layers of an application. Which layer is determined by what I am trying to test. For instance: Testing Functional Logic: Assuming for a second that you don't have core logic built into your UI code (Model View Separation or something similar). It is often easier to test the core logic layer by ...
1.When you have from date and to date, you can check alerts as 'from date is lesser than to date'. Here the user is not allowed to enter the end date which is lesser than from date. 2.date format can be tested as '01-JAN-2014' as some might give unformatted date into the field as 01-01-2014 or01.01.2014 etc. I hope this might help you a little.
This kind of depends on what the structure of your project actually is. So far your tests all seem concerned with the operation of the system as a whole, i.e. You appear to be doing only black box testing. If you want to test the units independently then you know need to open up the system and look inside it (white box testing). In this case you have ...
Read a Functional requirments provided by client carefully Point out the areas which are to be tested and specially risk areas Make test cases for it from low to hogh risk covering all the fucntionalites Execute in the ordered manner.
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