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Jun
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answered Clicking near the target element using mouse co-ordinates inside Firefox Window
Jun
17
comment Web browser plugin to pause JavaScript execution?
I usually just execute javascript to get that, something like this, depending on your programming language: String innerhtml = ((JavascriptExecutor)driver).executeScript("return arguments[0].innerHTML;", webElement);
Jun
17
answered Web browser plugin to pause JavaScript execution?
Jun
13
comment Getting started in SQA
Books: sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/42/… sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/1669/…
Jun
10
answered Publish MSTest results to Microsoft Test Manager
Jun
9
comment jmeter thread group not running all assigned users
How much resources are being utilized on your machine when you run these tests? Are you using any plugins that may be consuming a large amount of memory, or cpu? When you tell it to run 25 threads, it will attempt to do so, but if there are not enough threads available, I'm not sure if it would error out or simply not use all of the threads like you describe.
Jun
6
answered Is it possible to test app behaviors without considering UI and client platform?
Jun
4
comment Standard set of unit tests for data layer code
Some of the things you mention seem like they would be leaning into validating the database software functionality itself rather than giving you much value testing your own database layer.
Jun
4
comment Test cases for media migrating from the file location to a database
Can you add any additional details? Are these pictures then being served up by a web site? Was the website code changed in order to pull from the new location? Are you thinking of issues with performance? Are you asking about tools to verify that the correct image is shown, or that it does not 404, etc?
May
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May
16
answered Using Charles Proxy to test mobile app network
May
16
answered How do I get dynamic div content in selenium
May
13
comment Editing readonly field in JMeter
What do you mean by a read only field? A textbox with text that can't be edited? Something else? JMeter records and plays back the HTTP request that is sent to the server. Nothing in that request is "read only". You can change whatever you want and send it. I would suggest learning a little bit about HTTP requests and how they work. Looking at a tool called Fiddler and going through the examples may be a good place to start understanding what you can do.
May
12
answered I need expert support for using MS testing tools for automated performance and functional testing
May
12
comment Advice regarding a non-coding solution
There HAS to be someone who can write code. Their process was bad, not the tools. I would say however that they should learn how to write code. I guarantee that learning how to write a test case using the Java or C# or Ruby selenium implementation is no more difficult than learning gherkin and will actually teach them a skill applicable outside of just UI automation. On a side note, I'm sorry they're putting you in a position like this as an intern, not very professional if you ask me...
May
9
comment How to test a search engine?
I would also not spend a lot of resources testing that the results match what you would get from Bing. That is something that deserves some spot checking, and that's it. Otherwise you will be getting into testing the Bing service, which you would hope Microsoft has already done sufficiently. You are not technically testing a "Search Engine", you're testing the presentation of search results built on an existing already tested engine.
May
6
answered How can I do data parameterization in Selenium Web Driver?
May
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answered What are anti-patterns in test automation?
May
1
comment how to maximize chromedriver on mac machine
There are a number of suggestions here: stackoverflow.com/questions/8607753/…
May
1
comment What kind of experience do I need to become an automation QA engineer/ SDET?
Oh, and definitely plus one for the suggestion to find things in your current job that can be automated, take some initiative, start automating. Who knows, you could get promoted :-)