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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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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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To help answer this question, you just need to focus on the difference between what a positive test case and a negative test case is. A positive test case confirms some expected functionality. E.g: A user with a valid username, and the corresponding password can log in successfully. A negative test case tests for unexpected or invalid conditions, and ...


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As far as I know, you can not connect them in a way that you can pass useful date between them.


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Firefox has a rest posting addin. You can also use Excel VBA httppost capability.


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You want to test the web service manually, and unfortunately it is only possible with some interface. Web services are not visible and only applications can communicate with this. So my suggestion is test the Applications that are using the web services. Doing so you will be indirectly test the web services.


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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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As already mentioned here, there are lot of open source tools like SOAP UI etc.. and plugins like POSTMAN, RESTCLIENT etc... which can be used to send GET/POST request and check response. Other than these, if you are comfortable using java, you can write a simple code using httpclient library to send GET/POST request and validate the response. At the same ...


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For the REST service testing Postman and HttpMaster are good tools. It supports dynamic parameters, validation of response data, various data viewers, etc. If you are looking for performing load testing of the REST services than Grinder and JMeter open source tools can be considered. This data is taken from the post Tools for REST webservice testing


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I would suggest using an open source tool such as http://www.soapui.org/ This will allow you to send requests to your end points and, in turn, see the responses. Should you choose to extend your test from manual into automated (ie run the same test again along with other tests) then SoapUI also gives you that option.


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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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First thing you need to do is whenever they ask this question you need to tell then: First you need to do smoke testing whenever we are writing any testcase: You need to write "test case" for login button functionality. Then username and password with different test case using positive and negative test cases. Positive: Should allow to enter ...



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