Questions tagged [test-infrastructure]

Test infrastructure is the organizational artifacts needed to perform testing, consisting of test environments, test tools, office environment and procedures.

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Appropriate way to organize tests given new hardware features

I work with network/server infrastructure. On of our products (a server host) now supports wire connections with SFP(+) modules for copper (RJ45) and fiber (previously only RJ45). The tests for our ...
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Advice or articles about unit testing page objects and related UI test infrastructure code

Does anyone write unit tests for page objects and related UI test infrastructure? If so, what suggestions do you have for designing those unit tests? Do you mock WebDriver instances, or take another ...
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How do you store test data into nosql document database for quick read?

I am currently migrating our currently test data that is stored in excel files to a database. Because the type of data in the test results are going to grow we decided to go with nosql instead of sql. ...
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Best practice when writing an automated test suite - all tests in one file?

I have recently been tasked with incorporating automated testing into my company's development life cycle for one of our products (the product is a web-based software application). After doing some ...
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One repo or separate repos?

My organization is starting up an automation team, and we are still working on our structures and procedures. We are using Git to store automation code, and we seem to be of two minds; some feel we ...
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What is the best way to organize daylong testing with Sikuli?

Sikuli uses image recognition, so it needs (from Sikuli quickstart): Real Screen needed Using Virtual Machines - ...should usually work... Machine not useable in parallel while SikuliX ...