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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?
May
24
revised Not able to execute 700 Test Cases on Firefox and Chrome
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May
22
reviewed Approve SDET working as freelancer?
May
20
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May
17
revised How can I spoof HTTP request data while testing?
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May
17
comment How do I corrupt an .exe for testing
@NielsvanReijmersdal, not that off-topic, it looks like setting up test data. Still I'm curious what kind of test is that.
May
17
comment How do I corrupt an .exe for testing
For big files this can be done simply in command line through file concatenation: stackoverflow.com/questions/2477271/…
May
17
comment How do I corrupt an .exe for testing
Might be off topic, but... are you sure this external service is not injecting a virus?
May
16
revised Best practices to organize the automated tests in a continuous delivery world
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May
13
comment What is a 'fixture'?
Looks like etymology of the word "fixture" stems from fixing a system under test into a certain state.
May
13
comment What is a 'fixture'?
In my opinion yes. Although I used this term usually in the context where test scripts were written with some non-programming language, like with Fitnesse, you have test script written in Fitnesse format, Fixture in Java and SUT in Java.
May
13
comment What is a 'fixture'?
I've added this as an answe, then. Thanks for your feedback.
May
13
answered What is a 'fixture'?
May
13
comment What is a 'fixture'?
It depends on the context. For instance, in Fitnesse or other BDD framework it is "glue" (intermediary software layer) that connects test scripts with the system under tests. E.g. translates test commands to system API and responses from system API back.
May
13
asked Jenkins looses certificates each time we upgrade JDK
May
12
revised How to determine whether element is clickable or not?
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May
12
comment How to test an application without any specification?
Can you elaborate what do you mean by review application properly? Can you elaborate more how to create test scenario without any expected results formally defined?
May
8
comment Is there any way to continue selenium web driver script after assert fails?
Do you care about having information which assertions failed?
May
8
comment Is there any way to continue selenium web driver script after assert fails?
That is correct!
May
8
comment Is there any way to continue selenium web driver script after assert fails?
The only problem with this solution is that it's not Java, while the question contained java tag. I guess it would need to be modified to match both Java syntax and API from one of Java libraries for assertions (JUnit, TestNG, Hamcrest).