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comment Function to write 2 D Array from java into Excel
Hi Rajesh, so this definitely needs to be on www.stackoverflow.com` instead of sqa here. Also, when doing so, instead of just throwing code up, when you ask your question there, make sure to include what you feel it's doing wrong and what you want it to do - that will help get the right attention you need. I suggest tagging it with [java] and [poi].
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comment Error: cannot find symbol in XSLT + TestNG Report
Abodeqa is this something that can be mavenized?
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comment Recommended Test Suite management software
Which of these criteria are most important? Which are dealbreakers and which are nice-to-haves? This is a subjective question (it's an opinion piece, in a sense) but that's not entirely bad. We just have to remember Good Subjective, Bad Subjective principles.
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comment while running the code its not finding the element with provided xpath
Hi Deepthi. I do agree with Niels and Panda that this is currently unclear. I would encourage you to edit more information in. However, we're currently trying to decide exactly what that information needs to be. For now, I'd say stepping back a bit and adding code, and more text describing what you're trying to do and how it's not working. And if you want, follow the discussion here meta.sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/320
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comment Smoke testing by Dev team
I really like this answer. It seems to imply that if the smoke test the developers run is big enough that you think QA should be doing it, you're not really doing a smoke test anymore.
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comment Smoke testing by Dev team
The work of everyone is to assist in the production of high quality software. The sooner errors get into the hands of developers, the better it is for everyone. Developer initiated smoke tests help prevent "Infinite Defect Methodology" The schedule was merely a checklist of features waiting to be turned into bugs. In the post-mortem, this was referred to as "infinite defects methodology" Source, scroll to #5
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comment manual testing of a Registration form
Are you asking what do you do when neither you nor developers are able to reproduce the error you found once? Perhaps something similar to sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/5452/65 ?
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comment how to following program and write the exact output for the following inputs
Couple big problems here. The first problem is that this is general programming, while we are all about QA questions. The second is perhaps even harder to get around: there's nothing to answer here. You mention exact output but don't say what that output is supposed to be. I'm sure the folks at [StackOverflow](stackoverflow.com) (of which I am also one!) would love to help but without more detail this is really hard to justify moving over to them. I would encourage you to ask there, but to elaborate more on your problem. Code is good, but they aren't a complete question. :)
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comment what is difference between component testing,unit testing, functionality testing
Depending on who you ask, it's possible these mean different things to different people, and in some cases these mean the same things to different people. We live in a world where terms can blend and change meaning in the blink of an eye. With an open ended question like this, I really feel it should be put on hold until it can be made clear what problem you're trying to solve and how this difference-awareness is relevant. So could you relate this question to the problem you're trying to solve? That's the best way to answer what the true question is. Thanks!
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comment Four eyes principle in a distributed team
@AdrianHHH Four eyes is not a terrible name. A very common expression says "let's get another set of eyes on this". Naturally, someone with one or no eyes can still be "another set of eyes". Most (as in 99,997 out of 100,000) people are born with two eyes (even if non functioning). C'mon now. Generally, people prefer general neutral terms, and "four eyes" fits the bill.