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May
29
reviewed Approve Xpath captured using Selenium IDE is not running in Selenium RC for Links designed in XML
May
28
comment What are the possible reasons you can think of which could be making selenium test script performace slow?
Jasmine, I do not know what you mean by "usually slow". Also, has the script always run slow, or was there a time when it ran faster?
May
25
comment xcodebuild does not run any unit tests when launched from console
Would it be fair to say, then, that this is not so much a Jenkins problem as an xcodebuild problem? If so, revising the title may help attract more people with answers to xcodebuild questions.
May
25
comment xcodebuild does not run any unit tests when launched from console
Welcome to SQA, Eimantas. Do you know for a fact that the tests actually ran?
May
22
reviewed Approve jmeter tag wiki
May
21
revised Tools for testing iPhone apps
typos; markup; added link; fixed OS list based on software's site
May
20
revised How do fitnesse and selenium work together
added 80 characters in body
May
20
answered How do fitnesse and selenium work together
May
17
revised Encouraging project teams to define Edge cases
typo
May
17
comment Encouraging project teams to define Edge cases
@devonps Yes, that is another term for it. "Edge case" is a general term, and Boundary Value Analysis is a practice for addressing a particular kind of edge case.
May
17
comment How to test the graphical contents of a bitmap or a PDF file?
Are you testing just the generation of the graphical report from a set of data, or are you also testing what happens before that, e.g. querying a database to extract the data that will be used to create the report?
May
17
answered Encouraging project teams to define Edge cases
May
14
comment Getting a random line from a file with Jmeter
If you can guarantee the records are a fixed length, you can use java.io.RandomAccessFile to grab exactly the record you want. That might be faster than solution #2. Whether it would be faster enough would depend on the amount of work each test does per iteration. If it were me, and I was dead set against randomly shuffling the file, I would try writing a JMeter extension that would read the entire file into memory exactly once.
May
14
reviewed Approve Where can I find good JMeter tutorials?
May
12
comment Getting a random line from a file with Jmeter
Have you considered randomly shuffling the file?
May
11
reviewed Approve What's the difference between code coverage and test coverage?
May
10
answered What's the difference between code coverage and test coverage?
May
10
awarded  Yearling
May
10
reviewed Approve Alternatives to HP Quality Center for small business
May
10
reviewed Approve Test Case Management Software