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Sep
17
comment Is there a support methodology for UAT?
I'll migrate it. I don't know enough about UAT methodologies to know what questions to ask, but I suspect those with more expertise than I will have followup questions to get you to expand this question to make it more answerable.
Sep
17
comment Is there a support methodology for UAT?
I'm 100% sure this was intended for the main site, not for the meta site. My concern is whether to migrate it there, or whether or not this is a fleshed out enough question to migrate.
Aug
24
comment How to login a page using JMeter?
Is the script that's generated Chrome specific?
Aug
24
revised Validating HTML code
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Aug
22
revised how to get the count of elements in list box
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Aug
18
comment QA tool with feature for automatic recording of user actions
Hmm - could you explain how you would break down which features passed testing and which ones didn't based on this footage?
Aug
14
comment Looking for an excellent example of using a spreadsheet for test case management
I'm inclined to agree with Kate. While the question is just looking for an example of a template, we don't deliver code without comments, or watch sports without commentary. Some elaboration would be great here! =)
Aug
14
comment Systematic approach to test case generation
I'm going to put this on hold for now, but don't give up on it - I think this could be worked into an appropriate question with the proper background of what problem you're trying to solve, what you've done so far, etc. Just like a technical SO problem!
Aug
14
comment Systematic approach to test case generation
Hi TommyK, I don't want to be 'that guy'. It's obvious you have a need and want it resolved. But here's what I would say is the underlying problem: we don't know what you're trying to solve. You're asking us for what we do. You should be approaching it for what you really need - what work problem are you trying to solve? That will make it more objective, and you will get the information you really need!
Aug
14
comment QA tool with feature for automatic recording of user actions
Hi Marian. Is this a sarcastic answer or was it intended to be real? If it is a real answer, you might want to expand on it a bit.
Aug
1
comment Page Object Design: Is there a Python equivalent to Ruby gems “site_prism” or “page_object”?
Welcome to SQA, B.Berndsen. I notice that you have two posts so far, and that they are both promoting holmium core. This isn't entirely against our rules, if you're affiliated with holmium, you will need to disclose this in your post. (Each post that mentions it.) Also, generally a post that is just a link is discouraged. It is sometimes appropriate, but rarely so. A post like this can usually be expanded with examples and supporting information.
Jul
29
comment What are some tools for fuzz testing?
Could you elaborate on this? What tool are we looking at here?
Jul
18
comment Should I learn Python or Java to get into test automation? I am new to programming
Welcome to SQA Ashish. The question specifically is trying to decide what language will offer the lowest barrier to entry considering the primary factors of being new to programming in general and new to test automation. Is there a specific article that you could pick the best advice from and incorporate into your answer? Also if you are at all related with the service you're listing, you need to disclose that affiliation. =)
Jul
18
comment When all web browsers follow IT industry standards then what is the need of Compatibility testing?
I'm not quite sure I understand your question. You're saying "applications behave differently on different web browsers" and ask "why we require compatibility testing" - is "because they behave differently and we have to monitor those behaviors" not a sufficient answer? It seems you've answered your question immediately after asking it.
Jul
15
comment validations for text fields like country, State, cities
I'm inclined to agree with Kate. It's not so much the mechanics of validation at stake here, but rather by what metrics should the validation be performed on.
Jul
14
comment How can I structure Selenium tests in a way that minimises the maintenance work?
Are either actually good questions? "best" is aribitrary. Between the two questions there's 18 answers, and a lot are radically different in approach. I'm not sure either version of the question is answerable.
Jul
14
reviewed Close Difference Between CSS and XPATH
Jul
14
reviewed Close What is the best code coverage tool for a java based Web application
Jul
14
comment Which one is best for mobile application testing? Manual or Automation?
As the answers put, there isn't a great answer to this. It suffers from two problems. One is that it's mostly based in opinion, and the other is that it's a very broad question. That's not to say that you're completely out of luck. What I would recommend is taking the actual challenges and problems you have, whether it's something hard to test with your manual tests, or a struggle getting your automated tests running, and post for help on that specific problem. That would be the best way to get quality results (cue terrible puns!) out of this SE site. =)