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Test Case Result Chart to multiple Test Suites?

I have recently taken over Test Suite creation for my team and I have encountered a rather annoying and time-consuming issue. We are using Azure DevOps Test Suites. Scenario: Let's say we have 5 Test ...
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I want to know how to distinguish the blocked test case?

When I execute a test case, I meet a blocked issue 'QP-12' in my test case list. So I can't test cases QP-13 - 17, because there are a series of test cases of 'QP-12'. In this case, to share with QA &...
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Contract like test without requests/rpc

I work on a (python) project that both depends and is depended on by other projects all developed in house. Pkg A --> Pkg B --> Pkg C Currently the API usage of Pkg B in Pkg A is only checked in ...
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Integration project automation and test strategy

I recently joined a company and will be working on an integration project. The Dev team will be building a solution to replace Excel spreadsheets. Data from multiple spreadsheets will now be displayed ...
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Selenium - Page Object Model - Good way to identify page during a dynamic flow

My application has a possible flow to get all info from the user, where at max might consist of pages in the order A->B->C->D->E->F, each page asking for different info until we get to ...
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Login Integration Testing Good and Bad Password

I am writing Cypress Integration Test for UpdatePassword. One reason I wanted one whole test: We had a minor bug before, when the user enters a bad password, and then fixes it up, the Submit Button ...
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Best way to plug in several sub flows as part of a single one in Cypress?

I am currently working on integrating Cypress e2e tests in our existing CI/CD pipeline (I'm not an automation engineer but a developer). Our application is a fintech app which involves the typical ...
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Is it recommended to use Page object model for cypress E2E test? if not what is the suggested method to adopt

I am new for writing e2e UI test using cypress. But I am uncertain if it's good practice to use page object model, when I repeatedly need to use same elements in different test cases. Does "Aap ...
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How do you ensure your 'passing' tests(UI automated) actually pass?

How do you ensure your passing tests(UI automated) actually pass? As automation engineer I think we should question our passing tests in the same spirit as we dig in our failing tests to find out ...
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Test automation and test data generation for chatbots how to implement?

Details: Our customer wants complete test automation including test data generation for a chatbot. The test data will probably be provided to us via RestApi. Since we have not completed this area yet, ...
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Should Tester's still focus more on writing Test cases than Exploratory testing? [closed]

I don't focus much on writing hundreds of test cases in any test case management tool. I create my exploratory testing notes which include different test ideas, scenarios, heuristics-based test design ...
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Is it a good approach to use a core automation framework(jar file) as opposed to creating all classes of framework yourself?

Some teams in an organization use existing core automation frameworks(made in Java). In my case, I converted it to a jar file artifact and then used it in their Selenium project as a local library/...
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How to automate tests for sanitization of user input [closed]

I've checked what is sanitization of user inputs. And now I stuck with idea hot to automate tests for the sanitization of user inputs? I'm new about this topic.
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As professional tester what approach/techniques you personally use to find important bugs faster and early in test process?

Background: This is important in general for any testing but I think this is particularly more important in agile when a critical feature is on the line which needs to be released early for various ...
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How to test data retention policy and cron job for deleting old data?

There are some retention policies for the data that my company uses. For different types of data, we have different rules and these different types of data and files are used in different ...
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Can not sendKey to hidden element

I'm practicing to interact with element (nopCommerce domain). But encountered some problems, when trying to perform sendKey to an invisible element. This is an input field of product tags, which ...
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How to find a specific occurrence of a field that exists in multiple places (Xpath)?

I'm new to Xpath and I wanted to know if there was a way to inspect a specific element, that is repeated multiple times throughout the webpage. For this instance I want to inspect the specific span ...
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How to do Testcases for a specification document?

I have always done these very simple test cases so I am actually very lost and got overwhelmed when I got this assignment where I should do test cases from a functional design specification document. ...
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Why would testing summer and winter solstice matter?

On Ministry of Testing site there is the Checklist for Testing Web Page Functionality. In Date & Time section, there is a "Summer and winter solstice (26: e mars kl 02-03 and 29: e October 02-...
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Are there specific coding guidelines for test automation?

Details Currently we are trying to find more ways to write better code. Of course, this does not exclude our automated test cases. We are already testing in the dev environment with SonarCube and ...
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Test Strategy Documentation for test automation

What are the main points that should be included in a test strategy test automation document for a particular project? I'm not looking at details but more of a high level overview. I've found that ...
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Areas in session based testing test chart

I am not sure how to distinguish the chart and the areas in it... For me, the chart describes in one sentence what the session is all about. And the areas are a (probably incomplete) high-level ...
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White Box testing - Condition and Branch

I have been reading a number of tutorials about condition and branch testing (coverage). All of them show simple examples, and mention the difference of condition and branch to be that in condition ...
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The role of the classic software tester in Scrum?

Details: I wanted to ask if anyone has experience with the role of the classic software tester in Scrum ? Information My personal experience is that in the first days there is not much to do for ...
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Test Strategy for the Reverse Sync process by using KAFKA

How can I test (Test Strategy) for the Reverse Sync process implemented by using KAFKA? Any inputs on this? Detailed Flow: The data from Database 2 will be published into the KAFKA topic via the ...
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Is it possible to become a SDET(QA Automated) without having experience, with the free paths of Test Automation University from Applittols? [closed]

I'm new in the community. I have worked for several years as a programmer maintaining code and fixing bugs of ready-made applications. Thanks for your answers, Best regards. Reference https://...
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How to calculate security test or penetration test cost for the customer?

Details: A customer would like to know in detail what costs penetration testing causes on the one hand, and what benefits penetration has on the other hand. Also, what it effectively means to save ...
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Vulnerability testing assessment in an agile development environment

Details: I would be interested in how you guys handle assessing your vulnerability testing within an agile environment? Example: You have weekly test series in which you test your project for ...
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Security test plan for vulnerability test

Details: I would like to address the topic of security test plan. I can hardly find suitable material when it comes to the topic of Vulnerability test. Most of the time the information is limited to ...
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Should we write a Test Case for every Foreign Key?

Should I write a test case for every Foreign key in the database? Our team is conducting a large database migration project using Java APIs, for eg. inputting CustomerSales. And we have ProductId, ...
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How can automation help a tester in creative & useful ways to perform testing more effectively & efficiently?

How can automation help a tester in creative & useful ways to perform testing more effectively & efficiently? ( other than automating manual test cases)
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Automatic network condition change for MacOS app manual testing

I'm testing MacOS app and it relies a lot on the network condition, because it is uploading a lot of files. I would like to simulate a network condition on my macbook, that automatically changes to ...
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Does ECP and BVA only concern numeric values?

I just read the concept concerning Equivalence Class Partitioning and Boundary Value Analysis and I'm wondering if it can be applied to other test cases For example clicking on a button, choosing ...
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How to handle dom using electron-vue

Problem : The boilerplate used electron-vue. The following code is part of the src/renderer/main.js file. const {BrowserWindow} = require('electron').remote const win = new BrowserWindow({...
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How QA Lead benefits from a Test Plan in terms of processes?

How QA Lead benefits from a Test Plan in terms of processes? I am interested in specifics. What practical usage QA Lead has from a test plan? Currently, I have only seen that it is required for the ...
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Test case preparation and execution time

I usually estimate the test execution time in a sprint by identifying the test scenarios related to requirements. (Test case point analysis) Is there any techniques that we can use for estimate the ...
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No tests in the legacy project - what to start with as tester? [duplicate]

I've just joined a project, which is developed for internal use for over 10 years now. There are no unit tests nor any other manual/automated tests designed. I'm going to be the only tester. What ...
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Is it valid to use the tool that comes with a library to verify that your C/C++ code is working as expected?

I have a library which Loads audio files Does filtering on the PCM data Saves the new PCM back to files it does that using: Using its own implementation of load/save (raw files and uncompressed ...
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What is the best way to test values that vary according to database type?

I am working on a program that needs to work on values that are fetched from different database types: currently we support 12 different database types. My code applies some business logic to the ...
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How to test Sign Up API (Post Method) for multiple users in Jmeter?

I tried multiple user sign ups using Sign-up API (POST Method) with parameterization. But It's not working. I have set the CSV Data set Config Added the variable names in Param value Added a HTTP ...
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What are the negative test scenarios you would run for the below cases

What are the negative test scenarios you would run for the below cases:
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What are the differences between counting/calculation estimate and estimation by test-cases?

The counting/calculation estimate is based on counting countable indexes such as stories, usage scenarios, marketing requirements, web pages, technical requirements, functions. Estimation by test ...
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What risks should be included in testing estimations? [closed]

I am creating an estimation for my testing and I have been wondering what are the universal risks that might affect the testing process. And what percentage should it take from the overall estimation?...
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Finding dead code by test tooling

Testing tools, unitary or functional, are running certain portions of code. So we can define an idea of code coverage, which is the part of the code that is actually being tested by the test tooling. ...
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How to test AWS [closed]

This is an open question. I know no answer is wrong or correct. If someone asks this question in an interview He wants to understand your thinking process. Can anyone put a light on this, how to ...
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How to deal with too many test cases?

I have a simple question, but it is still unanswered. For example, I want to test a register feature, where the user must enter their name, email, and password. The possible inputs are like this: ...
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Manual Testing: Writing actual and expected outcomes is old fashioned way of writing tests?

I was going through this tutorial https://www.softwaretestinghelp.com/how-to-write-effective-test-cases-test-cases-procedures-and-definitions/ and I found it very time consuming from both writing and ...
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BDD in testing how do you organize your steps?

As the title says I'm trying to implement my tests with BDD but I'm unsure how to structure it correctly. I have a separate folder where I keep my steps. I kinda want it to be one large file because ...
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How would you test this form designed for adding and editing tables in a relational database?

I am having a problem with test cases. I have never tested before the forms that add tables in relational database and I am not sure what is the good approach - should I write down test cases that ...
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Draw a program graph over multiple methods

How to draw a program graph similar to but with multiple methods? As it seems the flow of data across methods are not necessarily in the order of declaration. Mulitple Classes public class Temp {...
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