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comment How to Run Junit test methods in parallel?
It would appear something has changed from what you remember: junit.org/javadoc/latest/org/junit/experimental/…
Feb
4
comment Mocking HTTP reponses in Selenium Web Driver using Python
Hi Joseph, how is this different than the line that is in OPs post already, browser.get(website_homepage_url)? And what does this do to mock responses by itself? Thanks!
Feb
4
comment What is the difference between bug severity and bug priority?
Hi Isuri, could you summarize the information in that post here? Also, if you're promoting your own material, you must explicitly say so in each post. It looks like that material is spot on to the question at hand, but it need to be summarized and attributed in the post. Thanks!
Feb
4
comment Track Ad calls in ghostery browser plugin
only after you have a chance to refine your query into something that can be objectively answered. Thanks!
Feb
4
comment Track Ad calls in ghostery browser plugin
Dayal, that would be seem to be possible, but there's a few problems. First, it doesn't seem like you're actually asking a question. You're just saying things you'd like. You need much more information, including specific, pointed questions about where you're struggling. The second is that you mention you're using ghostery to track them, but now you want to write a script. I don't get it, which one do you want? The last, and one might argue most important, problem is that this little corner of the internet is dedicated to Quality Assurance. This might be better at Stack Overflow, but...
Feb
4
comment Free/Sample Selenium test suites (code) for Open Source projects
@gunjan I'd recommend you contact some of the larger projects and asking them directly what you can do to get involved with testing. There's bound to be one happy to get you set up.
Feb
1
comment How do we create a “Test Incident” Report?
@JoãoMatos Thank you for the selected summaries. I know it still doesn't completely answer the question, but I'm honestly struggling with if the question itself is even answerable. Instead, pointing to published research on the topic gives the user (and future visitors) focused material to draw their own conclusions.
Feb
1
comment Actions to search item and number of methods
two problems - 1) which post would you like this moved to? I know it's supposed to be a comment. 2) Don't keep creating new accounts - if you need me to merge the existing (you're up to 3 so far) I can, but making a new account for every comment is going to get exhausting...
Feb
1
comment How should look test in webdriver with scenario
ciupakabrans and gagatek - do you need me to merge your two accounts into one?
Jan
31
comment fetching the text from anchor tag
Komal, perhaps you could add an example?
Jan
28
revised How can i avoid or fix time outs in Selenium Java?
edited title
Jan
28
comment Should Testers first discuss a bug with the developers before writing a bug report?
Like I said, if opening a bug is a Bad Thing (similar to your "strong policies" message), then the problems are much bigger than the scope of this question - that's a complete dysfunction to be addressed.
Jan
27
comment Should Testers first discuss a bug with the developers before writing a bug report?
Funny, I always considered "opening the ticket" as "discussing it". I suppose if you're in an environment where having bugs are a Bad Thing because it means someone screwed up, then it might be bad... but that would indicate bigger problems than would be solved by this question.
Jan
22
comment How to shutdown remote AVD headless emulator from command line on window 7?
Hey Seth, while this might be exactly what OP needs, I think we can both agree that blindly copying command lines off a post is bad for future visitors. Could you explain what the parameters mean, so future people who land here can determine if this command is right for them? Thanks!
Jan
21
comment Is testing/automation as a profession going to die?
Your concern is that as things get more agile there will be less automation?
Jan
18
comment Unable to perform data driven test using Apache POI
Could you edit in some information about the getData method? Siraj has a potential solution for you, but it would be better to validate that against the parameters he's changing.
Jan
18
comment Unable to perform data driven test using Apache POI
@siraj It still could be more clear now, though. Are you suggesting that the sheet be zero indexed as well?
Jan
18
comment Unable to perform data driven test using Apache POI
@KatePaulk Given siraj's edit, I think this is a valid answer now. (Even if not correct... the two are different...) Would you agree?
Jan
18
revised Unable to perform data driven test using Apache POI
edited body
Jan
13
reviewed Leave Closed What are the skills need to perform Mobile testing