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I am testing functionality that allows different users to exchange comments in real-time i.e. every user receives updates on all the events (comment added, comment deleted, total number of comments updated etc) without refreshing the page - something similar to FB comments posting.

I am looking for some fresh ideas for test scenarios. I checked basic scenarios of posting/deleting comments. I checked scenario when one user deletes comments and one user adds comments I checked connectivity issues (to see what happens when a user loses and restores his connection).

I am a bit new to testing this kind of systems, so I will really appreciate if you guys could help me out with some ideas?

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  • This is not really a good place to ask such questions. The Stack Exchange format does not fit well for discussion. Typically it is best to ask questions that have a singular or not too many answers. – Paul Muir Apr 22 '16 at 18:48
  • I appreciate your comment. I guess you are right, but I m struggling to find an information that could help me to come up with some new test scenarios for the real-time system. I am relatively new at testing.. By asking this question I wasn't expecting somebody to give me a complete list of scenarios. I was just hoping that some people, obviously more experienced than me, could share some ideas about possible cases. – Ellen Seymor Apr 22 '16 at 19:08
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I would consider:

  • test low bandwidth as well as none. Chrome has an option to emulate slower connections.
  • testing posting empty comments and large comments.
  • test posting comments with special characters including letters with inflections
  • test posting comments as a sql injection attack
  • check if a comment can be posted twice or if it considered a dupe
  • test on different devices. Use emulators and services for different devices and browsers.
  • test being logged in with two browsers at the same time
  • test 4 or 5 posts being done withon one second
  • test posting 2000 message by User A while User B is offline then User B goes online
  • Thank you very much for you reply! You helped me a lot! I really appreciate it! – Ellen Seymor Apr 26 '16 at 14:45

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