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If we define corrupt as not being able to start the executable, just open it with a text editor (like notepad++) and change some text around and save. Some executables might be to large to open, but I think a good text-editor should be able to handle most. Open the executable, if it still works, change more text around :) The smallest changes will often ...
We Migrated from previous tool to Meliora testlab. As suggested, the HP ALM has also possibility to migrate the test data. Both tools can easily handle your amount of test scripts. For both tools you can ask the manufacturer to migrate the data for you or import it yourself.
You can manage data flow testing using Mindmap Tool. Please check this tool EDraw Also check http://www.wisemapping.com/
You can check this great blog: http://www.softwaretestinghelp.com/web-services-api-testing-tool-soapui-tutorial-1/ Second you can check the free courses here: http://soapui-tutorial.com/
I suggest for HP Quality Center or Zephyr Also can try this tool http://www.qmetry.com/
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Here's a sketch of the solution in Java: List<WebElement> list = driver.findElements(By.xpath("//*[contains(text(),'" + text + "')]")); verifyThat(list.size(), both(greaterThanOrEqualTo(1).and(lessThanOrEqualTo(3))); where I use: standard WebDriver methods to get a list of matching nodes verifyThat that in contrast with assertThat is a soft ...
You can try this approach: tail -f file | grep --line-buffered my_pattern This should meet all 3 criteria, given a robust enough regex. I originally learned this from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7161821/how-to-grep-a-continuous-stream
much beyond tail -f This is THE best answer, I am not a Linux expert, nor is this in the scope of this SE and the original question is too wide. But Linux has one of the best log processing tool sets, tail being part of them. For example you can use tail -f with grep then redirect the output to a file will create a trigger for you. Using Lucas example- ...
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