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Jul
8
comment Selenium IDE has stopped recognising pop-up windows
do you get it working with version prior to "1.0.12" ?
Jun
30
comment WebDriver login and click action ain't working…
Could you provide html of "signInLink"
Jun
28
comment Selenium: Ajax Testing
Well if you answered your question and have got it right too :)
Jun
27
comment Check an element through Selenium RC
I suppose x refer to left and y refer to top, hence getElementPositionLeft() would give you String object which you could compare with expected value. Same with getElementPositionTop.
Jun
25
comment Selenium: How to set x and y coordinate position
yup you should try that
Jun
16
comment Should a test method test only one condition?
Thanks Bruce, it makes it more clear
Jun
15
comment Should a test method test only one condition?
So this is what I do (and this is something I did not want to reveal while posting the question). When it comes to UI verification of a page, I club (oops I mean "include" :-)) them in one method and my test approach would report failures with one or more missing elements. But for more "logical test" I always have different method. A definite +1
Jun
15
comment Should a test method test only one condition?
agreed, thanks for doing that, I hope seeing these comments no one asks it to be posted to "grammer" site of stack overflow :-)
Jun
15
comment Selenium Selenium.Core v1.1.4322 - XPath not working
which language binding of Selenium are you using?
Jun
15
comment Should a test method test only one condition?
See your point Dale, and yes I am referring to browser bases automated testing. Should have been clear in my question :-<
Jun
15
comment Should a test method test only one condition?
What if you harness lets test execution continue in wake of failures (especially when you want to do so) and reports all of them in your test report?
Jun
15
comment Should a test method test only one condition?
I suppose you mean "it can be saved", don't you?
Jun
15
comment Should a test method test only one condition?
I so very wish you had given psudo code for "verification down to lower levels"
Jun
15
comment Should a test method test only one condition?
LOL, I did mean "club". In my part of world club also means to "bundle things together"....
Jun
10
comment Do ISTQB/ISEB Testing Certificates prove that someone can test?
@ glowcoder, I got the definite reason to write a testing certificate now ;-)
Jun
7
comment is it appropriate to do exception handling for every single test method?
Hey Lyndon, I liked the idea of testData.failMessage, this is some thing which I could use to print in test report to see all the failures test has come across while trying to login. While reading your test method "testLogin" I feel that we should not keep more than one assertions in tests. Since when any of the assertion fails then rests are not going to be checked any way. I suppose this is the reason you mentioned a comment stating - "//The below assert is optional as you could also continue to see if you are able to login without credentials" right?
Jun
6
comment is it appropriate to do exception handling for every single test method?
very precisely said
Jun
6
comment is it appropriate to do exception handling for every single test method?
Very well explained Lyndon
Jun
6
comment is it appropriate to do exception handling for every single test method?
I wish you had written pseudo code for this, can you?
Jun
6
comment is it appropriate to do exception handling for every single test method?
is if block really needed here? if password field were not available then your harness would log an exception any way, is not it?