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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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Virtualization software. You can use tools like VMWare to setup virtual machines which you then run from your existing machine. You might be on a Mac, a Linux box or a Windows machine, and from it run WinXP, Win7, Win8, Win XP /w SP1, etc. IIRC even MS has a Virtual Server which you can script to turn machines on and off, which means one script to run all ...


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As of May 2014, you can spin up instances of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 in Azure (Microsoft's cloud service) as well as various flavors of Windows Server. You simply need an MSDN license to do so. The instances are available for development and testing of desktop applications. ...


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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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