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May
3
comment Cucucmber-Jvm (Using Maven Project) + Selenium WebDriver + PageObjects + Allure Report
First of all a few things: Please don't use underscore in a class name. Second, don't use capital letters in a package name. Third, you have a compilation issue on selenium in your test class. Try adding in selenium in the pom.xml. Though it should have been taken in by cucumber.
Mar
4
comment Should QA be able to code tests?
No problem.. :)
Mar
4
comment After scrolling the page, xpath of a element is not present
-1 because: grammar, composition, sense. Please try and correct your answer and clarify what you mean by it.
Mar
3
comment Selenium Automation Framework Design Technique
Yeah now, that "you added bit more meat...".
Mar
3
comment Should QA be able to code tests?
Yeah, I was very naive back in '11. :)
Mar
3
comment Selenium Automation Framework Design Technique
I'm -1-ing this because it's not a very well thought of answer. It looks like it was put together in a haste to answer an unanswered question. And it was a worthy effort at a joke, but, yeah... no.
Jul
1
comment WebDriver login and click action ain't working…
Thanks Jason! :)
Jul
1
comment WebDriver login and click action ain't working…
Sorry that I can answer only now. So... It's a windows machine. And It seems that Javascript is causing the trouble because the page gets loaded. So https couldn't be the cause. I reverted to firefoxdriver for now. :(
Jul
1
comment WebDriver login and click action ain't working…
It's a windows box actually. Yeah I know of headless running, could your elaborate? Thanks!
Jun
30
comment Selenium: Ajax Testing
True. But you can easily attune it to something else. :) Glad it helped smriti! :)
Jun
6
comment Recommend a Good QA Book
Agreed. There is no real straight good answer for this.
May
27
comment Selenium.click not working on some anchor elements
Nope. That should be selenium.clickAt("locator","0,0");
May
27
comment Selenium.click not working on some anchor elements
Have you tried the clickAt(0,0) function? That helps in a lot of cases.
May
25
comment Does anyone have a good list of steps for reducing a bug?
:)) Thanks very much! Glad that at least I could contribute a worthy sparring partner! :)
May
25
comment Does anyone have a good list of steps for reducing a bug?
:DD Ok. I give up. You won. :) +1. :)
May
24
comment Systematic approaches to selection of test data
I call myself senior software tester because I worked as a tester for 7 years now. I know many things about testing, but I know that I can never know enough. Questions like these make my heart warm because I know what I have to learn next and what still can be learned about testing. Awesome Question. +1. Thanks!
May
24
comment Systematic approaches to selection of test data
Hollly Hell man. Nice answer. I would give you two points if I could. Respect.
May
24
comment Does anyone have a good list of steps for reducing a bug?
No, I didn't said that checklist are for unskilled work only. I never said such a thing. I said that for this particular thing there is no checklist to go through. Like Ethel said: "Just to be clear, I know that you can't just walk through a checklist or else we'd automate the process"
May
23
comment Does anyone have a good list of steps for reducing a bug?
Sorry 'bout that. My point is, that there is no recepie or check list to reduce a bug. Of course it's a tester skill. It's knowledge, it's experience, and it all depends on the bug you found and the circumstances which you found it in. :)
May
23
comment Does anyone have a good list of steps for reducing a bug?
I don't think so. There are many bugs out there that are either not reproducable but once, or just plain hard to catch. You can't put a list on that. The reason that you didn't find any is that there are none. You have to be intuitive. Or know the code a little bit perhaps.