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Jun
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comment API Testing Using SoapUI vs Postman vs Runscope
Ok. Backend APIs is a wide term including: SOAP Web services, REST Web services, JMS queues and many others, and some testing tools support testing multiple of them, and some focus on one of them. Which one are you going to test?
Jun
4
comment API Testing Using SoapUI vs Postman vs Runscope
I'm quite confused what actually you are asking for. What's wrong with SoapUI or Postman?
Jun
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comment A book giving the whole picture of software testing, with no in-depth details
How Do You Eat An Elephant?: One Bite at a Time
May
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revised Selenium not finding button and throwing null pointer exception
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answered Selenium not finding button and throwing null pointer exception
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May
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comment Selenium not finding button and throwing null pointer exception
Try to print driver value: System.out.println("driver=" + driver); just before exception is thrown, i.e., before line 31 of SMBSignupLandingPage class.
May
30
comment Selenium not finding button and throwing null pointer exception
Can you also provide full stacktrace with NullPointerException? I'm curious because WebDriver is supposed to throw NoSuchElementException when it cannot find a matching element. I guess you may get NullPointerException because driver variable is null.
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May
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comment Getting response headers with Selenium Webdriver / Chromedriver
You can mix Selenium tests with tests using other technologies. If you really want to use only Selenium, you could verify pages for custom error descriptions or page title: that's the thing you're able to get from HTML document. But they always will be custom to the specific page or app, in contrast to HTTP protocol.
May
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comment Getting response headers with Selenium Webdriver / Chromedriver
Selenium is not best suited to verify HTTP response headers or, in general, to work on HTTP protocol level. I have no expertise in Ruby, but quick search in Google returned two Ruby HTTP clients, gem and Net::HTTP. Here's a way to check response status with the latter: stackoverflow.com/questions/12023231/…
May
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revised JMeter does not run in windows 7 (64-bit)
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May
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comment Not able to execute 700 Test Cases on Firefox and Chrome
What's low configuration?
May
24
revised Do you verify presence of text in your automated tests?
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May
24
comment Do you verify presence of text in your automated tests?
What "resx" is?
May
24
comment Not able to execute 700 Test Cases on Firefox and Chrome
Finally, this workaround has some flaws: if the test if failing because of intermittent bug in the system, then by re-runing the test until it pass you may ignore this bug. How do you know when the test is failing because of the bug in the test or in the system?
May
24
comment Not able to execute 700 Test Cases on Firefox and Chrome
Second reason: did you try to increase timeout? Wait for certain elements to load, before starting a test?
May
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comment Not able to execute 700 Test Cases on Firefox and Chrome
What is network issue?
May
24
comment Not able to execute 700 Test Cases on Firefox and Chrome
Do you mean your tests are failing when run all together? In a sequence or concurrently? Does any test depends on the results of another?