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Nov
23
comment Keeping automation code away from application source code
I am thinking to propose that our tests at any point would be compatible with trunk code. Having to maintain multiple automation branches is driving us crazy
Nov
23
comment Keeping automation code away from application source code
definitely it's the case of over commitment with us. your pointers describe it very well.
Nov
19
comment Keeping automation code away from application source code
yup with current set up, it is production branch and gets deployed to trunk.
Oct
25
comment TestNG Mark a Test as Failed if a Particular Path is Used
this did not click on my mind
Oct
25
comment TestNG Mark a Test as Failed if a Particular Path is Used
Are you handling exception in your test?
Oct
19
comment Selenium: reuse existing browser session, instead of opening new windows?
I don't think that's possible. afaik Selenium always uses new Window
Oct
17
comment Should tool generated test data be deleted during tear down in test automation?
My take from here is to have no two test rus interfering with each other because of test data generated by one test run while still being able to identify error which may be resultant of specific set of test data. Thanks all
Oct
16
comment Do you verify presence of text in your automated tests?
I am going to stick with ids for now. Product owner has agreed to it as well. Thanks for your response.
Oct
16
comment Do you verify presence of text in your automated tests?
looks like it becomes one more case of question - "can every thing be automated" :)
Oct
14
comment Do you verify presence of text in your automated tests?
Thanks for detailed answer. I would most definitely take option 4 especially non english locale not having english text, if I had to check for presence of text.
Oct
14
comment Do you verify presence of text in your automated tests?
thanks for sharing your reviews
Oct
13
comment Do you verify presence of text in your automated tests?
So do you maintain those XMl files? During you experience have you found localization defect using test automation this way? I am just eager to know on efforts it needs to localize automation tests and if it is worth it. On another forum I was given couple of suggestions but they sounded daunting to me and decided to stick to text object identification than text it self, you could find it here - sqaforums.com/…
Oct
13
comment Do you verify presence of text in your automated tests?
what would be cost to maintain such a system? How has you experiences been?
Sep
16
comment Automating form dealing with large number of element
Very well explained, thanks. I have got couple more suggestions and I would update my tests and seek more recommendations.
Aug
25
comment What's the difference between Selenium IDE, RC, 2, and WebDriver?
I don't intend to confuse you but this blog post of mine might help you - seleniumsoftwaretesting.blogspot.com/2011/03/…
Aug
8
comment Test Automation for different Locale?
Guess what, I read your blog and commented (though not yet visible) before posting this question. I see the point about unique identifies. But what if you had to check validation messages in different languages, How do you handle that? Now would you keep different String file, one for each locale?
Aug
8
comment Test Automation for different Locale?
far cleaner to read and I suppose implement also.
Jul
24
comment Accessibility Testing - Should it be considered functional testing or non functional testing?
looks like that is another question!!!
Jul
20
comment How to fix “Permission denied to access property 'document'”?
:) glad it helped
Jul
19
comment Why is separating functional and non-functional test important (or not)?
Wonder if it has become "more important" and "less important" tests now a days :-|