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A simple JavaScript error might be a reason of a huge bug. I am always having “Show JavaScript errors” turned on my browser. Let’s consider the following situation: During saving a Web Form, some JavaScript exception had occurred while populating data from the UI input fields into internal JavaScript object, for instance, JSON object. In this case, some ...


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It looks like you did not define Java. Please add JAVA_HOME to .bashrc


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For applications that exclusively run above the operating system layer, VMs should be sufficient test environments. If you are doing testing for stuff like full disk encryption (exceptions acknowledged), you should consider limitations such as not being able to test workflows like pre-boot authentication (which would happen below the operating system ...


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1 What are the most common set of environments and [2] best practices for each environment? (1) System Test, UAT, Performance Test, Staging are all classical environments (2) Best Practices is a harder one :-) .. Here is a cool Test Environment Maturity Model TEMMI .. Other than that my advice is this ... "Understand your environments .. Without ...


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One of the main things a tester has to do is decide where to focus their limited testing time for the most benefit. If you feel that testing the browser with this mode turned on is an effective use of your time, then go for it, raise the bugs and be prepared to fight for them in the but triage. From the information that you have posted, this sound like ...


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Yes, virtual machines are a good way to test for compatibility across operating systems. There are indeed repositories of pre-built virtual machines. You can find them using a Google search. In your search string include something about the flavors of OSes you desire. For example "repository of linux virtual machine images". Depending on the needs of you ...


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If you'll be testing web applications, Saucelabs.com is my preferred tool for cross browser testing across different OS. They also support testing mobile apps now with Appium.



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