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I know why I am a tester. My driving force is my curiosity: I want to know how things work, why they work and why they don't.


Apr
5
comment Required Selenium Test Cases for Yahoo Login Form
-1, because the question is too specific to be useful for the community. Here's the quote from the site help: "You should avoid "What test cases should I test for _ ", as the answers will be considered too localised and will change depending on the testing context."
Apr
5
comment CKeditor Recording Problem Selenium IDE
What is CKeditor?
Mar
30
comment How to test hardware of random number generators?
John D. Cook wrote a chapter "Testing a Random Number Generator". Have you read it?
Mar
27
comment How can a Software Tester use “Out of the Box” thinking approach to find more bugs?
Awesome suggestions. I particularly like ideas with personas and Murphy's Laws :-)
Mar
26
comment Selenium: Best way to capture unexpected error?
Are error messages coming from the backend of your apps or are generated only on the frontend. If they are coming from the backend you could track HTTP traffic coming from the backend to find error messages. And if you are trying to build a solution agnostic to how error messages are presented, parsing error msgs from HTTP responses might be easier than from the UI.
Mar
26
comment Selenium: Best way to capture unexpected error?
Can you give an example scenario when such additional error message appear? Just to justify why you can use soft assertions for error msg check after each step.
Mar
24
comment QA Testing Process
Additional difference I can see between Jeff's process and Rudesyle's one is that Jeff's does not define test processes upfront, but do it in more explorative way.
Mar
23
comment How much should a tester understand and rely on implementation details?
+1 for great example of how context can change usage of a module.
Mar
23
comment QA Testing Process
What does the test plan include? What level of abstraction?
Mar
22
comment XPath not recognised in page object model in WebDriver
There might be muliple reasons for your test to fail: (1) incorrect XPath, (2) timing issues, etc. and it is hard to tell which one is a case for you, without seeing the page you're testing. Google returns a number of possible root causes for "enable to locate element".
Mar
20
comment XPath not recognised in page object model in WebDriver
Well, I guess it is evaluated over some Web page (HTML), when you run your test with your PageObject, right?
Mar
20
comment XPath not recognised in page object model in WebDriver
Can you then provide also your HTML document, or at least its relevant part?
Mar
20
comment XPath not recognised in page object model in WebDriver
I expect your HTML to contain an excerpt <td>Procurement</td>. Is it there?
Mar
19
comment What Assert.AreEqual(true, true); does?
@corsiKa, I have just voted to close and it did not get downvoted.
Mar
19
comment What Assert.AreEqual(true, true); does?
Can someone be brave enough to justify downvoting?
Mar
19
comment Universal Skills in a QA role
Well, you role is more like PM in small companies, where PMs are not managing the project and development the team, and verifying its output before presenting it to executives.
Mar
19
comment How can I write test cases without knowing the application in Selenium IDE?
Well, I would be really surprised if APIs are detailed upfront in specification. Usually, API definition is an iterative process. And... if we're talking about frontend structure, that's even more a subject change.
Mar
19
comment Is parameterized constructor (Java) supported in selenium webdriver?
@QA4it - Well, this question has nothing to do with Selenium WebDriver, rather with Java or test framework (JUnit, TestNG). Could you please edit the title and tags?
Mar
16
comment How to iterate a list of WebElements and print the values one by one to perform some action
Ahh, so this is just for demoing. I understand this will work also without sleeping, so that when running x tests ( x >1000), their execution time is not unnecessary prelonged.
Mar
16
comment Who should log bugs?
I second Meesh proposal to split this into separate questions.