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@Kamran, I did such testing with my previous telecom company. Method 1: Search in google "receive sms online verification" you end with number of virtual number websites, select your required country. Method 2: If you using any specific SMS gateways then use SMPP Protocol tool provided by the SMS platform company, it show the status when SMS is delivered ...
If you write C# code you probably already use Visual Studio, if so evaluate Microsoft Test Manager because it is fully integrated with Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server. Microsoft Test Manager has a dedicated set of features for running and managing manual tests with the possibility to import stack traces directly from your builds. Alternatively you ...
You could try AutoIT and record macros as you test. If it were web browser only, using Selenium IDE's click-and-record would be just fine. In the past I have also kept Fiddler running as I tested. Those logs can be packaged and added to the tickets for the developers to comb over.
There are a number of test tracking tools or test case management tools, Some SaS ( pay by user) TestRail TestLodge Some one off purchases Microsoft Test Manager SoftBear Test Complete Some FreeWare MozTrap As with any software selection, carefully consider why you want to use the product and what you want it to help you achieve. All those I ...
I would consider using a ticket management system such as Trello, Jira, or Pivotal Tracker or TestLink. I would look to use the same system that I am using for managing new features, tasks and bugs.
I agree with Chuck, really you shouldn't be storing your feature files in any TCM program. However, if you are writing acceptance tests in Gherkin format and the automating specific ones I've been using Testrail. It has a pretty good API and UI scripts (Im using one that does highlighting on the Gherkin keywords). I then take some of those and create ...
There are two questions Need for management tool where we can associate the tests to the requirements and have the reports. You don't need any other management tools to associate the tests to requirements since that is done using cucumber feature files. For reports from Gherkin, you can use the cucumber-jenkins plugin on Jenkins, export you test results ...
In house built testing tools are more efficient when your product is unique then traditional one. In my experience In house built testing tools more effective according to your product needs. Challenge is your team need to update test tool time to time with product major changes.
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