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Following are the things you could start of with : Choose the language in which you will implement your Selenium scripts from among Java, Python, Ruby, Perl, PHP, Javascript, etc. Learn one if you don't know. You don't need to be a real master to get started but the more you know the easier it will get to perform advanced operations in your scripts. Refer ...


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I would separate the test case into 2: The first one ends with the confirmation message and the second one continues from there on. I would create a bug, link it to the first test case and keep the test case in 'ready', while I would close the second test case. If this is not a major requirement for you, then the test cases can be prioritized, so that ones ...


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If you have specifications that say a confirmation must be displayed, the test fails. If you have user requirements or user expectations that there will be a confirmation dialog, the test fails. In the situation you describe, I would create a bug from the test, but it would have a lower severity rating because it doesn't interfere with functionality. The ...


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It may depend on the strategy of your project, but i'd say this test is failed. If the confirmation is part of your specifications/functional need, you can't make this test pass. Imagine this is the only issue in your whole test plan, if you pass the test, then your indicators will be all green for this functionality. Thus, there is no reason to do rework, ...


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Typical product company interview question. The primary intent for this question is to question the system, assumptions, design aspects and arrive at various possible cases in terms of coverage, localization aspect. Repeat Answers from link http://www.careercup.com/question?id=3428807 Its more of a practice / thinking process to assess / analyse / validate ...


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If I was being interviewed and was asked this question, first of all i would start off by trying to quench my curiosity. How much time do i have? What type of a toaster is it? How much power limit does it operate on as per the vendor? Does the vendor provide any user manual or claims documentation? How does it work? Is it timer based or manual toaster? ...


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I personally use mind-maps for any activity and one of the activity is creating test coverage mindmaps, test strategy mindmaps that I share with my team members and customers. I love the markers which help in tracking my tests if my mindmap if developed as test design reference. This mindmap repository may be helpful for you and its open source! You can ...



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