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We needs to remember two magic words “requirements and specifications” and then approach toaster, vending machine, alarm clock, pen etc etc as any other usual application under test with different testing types like functional testing, usability testing, white box testing, black box testing, performance testing, load testing and so on and so on


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JMeter is aimed more at load testing, it is also used for functional testing, but there are better alternatives. For integration testing of REST APIs you can try HttpMaster. It supports dynamic parameters and the possibility to assess response data with validations which can be combined into logical expressions.Nice feature is also the ability to specify ...


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Exploratory Testing is a testing approach that allows you to apply your ability and skill as a tester in a powerful way.Testers have to understand the application first by exploring the application, finding out about the software. Exploratory testing is a simultaneous process of test design and test execution all done at the same time. The focus of ...


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Monkey testing has it's perks, particularly if a test is being recorded so that when an exception is generated there's an understanding of what caused the exception. Ad hoc testing is useful for testing a resolution to a specific bug (retesting). Scripted testing is great for regression situations where you need to exercise all of, or the bulk of, ...


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I am working as QA and also to write a test cases of mobile application and web application. In Both Application required in writing the test cases are : Test case id Test case(unit to test) Preconditions Input test data Priority Steps to be executed Expected result Actual result Pass/Fail Comments and for more information see below of reference link ...


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In non-technical English, "ad hoc" means "something done for a particular purpose, as and when necessary". The literal translation of the Latin phrase is "to this". http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/ad-hoc "Ad hoc testing" would be something done as a "one-off," for example devising tests to diagnose the cause of a particular problem, as ...


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I once tested a Windows client UI by randomly banging on the keyboard while my coworker randomly moved and clicked the mouse. I found bugs that way, and I could reproduce them, but (at least initially) I couldn't tell you the exact set of keystrokes and mouse clicks that triggered the problem. That is monkey testing. Exploratory testing is testing ...


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Testcase format I like one of the following formats: Arrange Act Assert Given When Then These give a clear separation between test phases and steps. How is the test situation setup What is the action under test (try to keep action steps under 10, preferable less) What is verified Details How to write the step details of test-cases greatly depends ...


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The right way is to filter by 'Subject' and not by 'Path' After that there is only desired path displayed in Call to Test dialog.


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I've seen this kind of specifications in companies where their users are provided with specific devices, as for example, doctors inside a hospital to access to the patients clinical registers... because they know that the app (or web) will be used only for a reduced set of devices. Another example, is when you are focusing on a specific market (China, US, ...


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and recommend any other good API test frameworks, unless retrofit already looks good. Runscope is an API testing and monitoring tool. You can build tests without coding (or you can code testing scripts if you like), and use that single test on your localdev, test against staging and even for monitoring production.


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... and recommend any other good API test frameworks Have a look at http://sqa.stackexchange.com/a/14308/13048


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There is a tool designed for APIs testing - SoapUI, you can try it out and see how it goes. In regards to JMeter - yes, it can be used for functional testing. If your concern is about test scripts readability and maintainability you can check out Taurus - new automated tests configuration and execution engine with clear syntax and very good reporting. You ...


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If I understand correctly, you're working with an n-tier system that communicates via something resembling an API. Given this assumption, I'd build a framework that allows the creation, transmission, receiving and parsing of messages to and from the application. At this point your actual test data can be in any format, and don't need to be coupled to your ...


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The solution is simple: you need to leave Called Test parameters empty so they would be marked with ? symbol in call step. Have a look at this: Call <Expert Parameter - controlTrafficNetworkType> with the following parameters: network type = ? So when you create the new test configuration (param/value pairs) there will be desired parameter from ...


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Yes, you can do that. For this you need to save your common/shared test steps in a new test case and then change it to a template using 'Mark as Template Test'. Then where ever you need these shared steps, open that test case and in the test step section of that case select the option 'Call to Test' and then select the shared test case template which you ...



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