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Normally its recommended to keep them outside the application environment itself. In part because the running of the tests will confuse results (for example if you are testing the response time of the system then the load of the test runner will directly skew results) You can kick off the run on code changes using a build server such as TFS/Jenkins/Bamboo. ...


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Adding to user246 answer- languages like Perl or Python have libraries to read textual and non-textual formats like PDF, DOC or XML. Once you read the file into a data structure comparison is relatively easy, but keep in mind that reading itself converts the file to something new, and like user246 wrote there are no simple rules for conversion.


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No. The issue here is that these mappings are not 1-1; in other words, there is no single, definitive mapping between these formats. Each mapping requires additional heuristics that (I assume) are built into the conversion software you are interested in testing. Still, I think there is hope. You can probably find APIs for extracting data from each of ...


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(Writing this answer on behalf of the OP, who answered the question in a comment.) http://stackoverflow.com/questions/528567/how-can-i-simulate-a-disk-full-error-in-a-windows-environment describes multiple methods for filling the entire disk.


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There are no well-established methods for comparing test tools. You need to evaluate them based on your own requirements. If you don't know what your requirements are, try using both tools and write down what you learn. Or if one tool is free and the other costs money, try the free tool first.


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The symbolic solver in the slide cannot deduce that an integer multiplied by 4 cannot be 17. This is a statement about that particular solver at that point in time, not about solvers in general.


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To test the Native and Hybrid Apps, Appium and Calabash are the best options. You can test your app on both platforms i.e. Android and iOS using any of the above tool. Appium can be used if you are already familiar with selenium and free to use multiple supported languages for scripting. Calabash is mainly used with ruby language and have its own calabash ...


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Sahi is indeed a great tool. They provide wonderful support and assistance. For a developer who has no time to automate testing, Sahi is invaluable. It is simple, provides AJAX support and does not depend on HTML implementation. Other tools are good if you have a dedicated team to handle testing.



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