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Aug
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comment Pre-load database for testing
If it should be exactly the same, could you back up the database and simply restore it before the automated run? That might be simpler than executing a bunch of updates programatically.
Aug
1
comment Single threaded browser
Hmm, I have used it to increase the number in the past, I have not tried putting it down to 1. I assumed it would work, but apparently not.
Jul
31
answered Single threaded browser
Jul
30
answered Selenium picture Captha validation
Jul
29
comment Are there any unit test frameworks for Java that have a checkbox style UI?
Ah, I didn't realize you could use a checkbox to select which tests to execute, you see a list of tests with pass/fail ticked for each, and can select tests to run via marking them with annotatins, or just right clicking the scope you want to execute, but you are right that it does not allow you to select via a checkbox.
Jul
29
answered Are there any unit test frameworks for Java that have a checkbox style UI?
Jul
23
comment Best Opensource Tool available for Security Testing of Web applications
Ah, sorry. They have a free version, but you are correct, it is not open source.
Jul
22
answered Best Opensource Tool available for Security Testing of Web applications
Jul
22
comment What mathematical skills does testing require?
I'm testing a financial planning tool now and for it, there is probably a requirement for algebra level math. As noted by the answers below, for normal testing and even automation, the required math is pretty minimal.
Jul
21
comment Is it possible to automate Silverlight in windowless mode?
Dmitry's answer below is correct. In addition, a Silverlight plug-in in windowless mode is only an issue if the there is a layer of html displayed over it. If it is the top layer, you shouldn't see any issues. If it is not the top layer, that means that you would not need to interact directly with the Silverlight elements because as a user, the html layer would be intercepting all clicks anyways, and you would just interact with those instead.
Jul
16
comment Which queue implementation to choose to model a queue of test cases to be run?
Why do you need it to support priorities? Why can't you use the built in junit/nunit/mstest/testng (whatever) annotations to basically tag your tests and then execute only tests tagged with what you want? Would that get you what you want? Sounds like maybe you want to create a list of both manual and automated tests to execute and then track progress? Can you give more details? Again, I'm not sure I understand your need for retrieval based on some parameters? Can you give a more clear example?
Jul
11
answered What practices are used to avoid constantly testing the login screen in web driver tests?
Jul
10
answered Script when passing values from one HTML page to other in Selenium IDE
Jul
7
comment How credible are WebDriver tests?
Can you give a little more information about the specific scenario that fails manually? How does it fail? What is the failing behavior?
Jul
2
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Jul
1
comment CSVs and JMeter: using variables from a line in multiple samplers
What editor are you using to create the csv file? If you open it in notepad++ or an editor like that where you can view white space characters, try making sure you don't have any extra line feed characters or anything like that.
Jul
1
comment Accessing a sub menu within a sub menu using Webdriver with python on IE8
Good to hear, can you share what was wrong so if someone else has the same problem in the future they might learn from it?
Jun
30
comment Eclipse is automatically running unwanted selenium tests
You may need to include the entire class in your xml as described here: groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/testng-users/ciy1C9Bt9FY
Jun
30
answered Accessing a sub menu within a sub menu using Webdriver with python on IE8
Jun
25
comment Should I unit test for null values even if it can never happen?
If you end up calling this method from anywhere else in your code, you would have to do the same exact check for null values prior to calling the method. I would suggest actually moving the check for null values into the method itself so that you would not need repetitive code that could easily be missed. You could then have unit tests that verified if either of the values passed to the method were null that the method would skip doing anything.