Vince Bowdren
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Can a requirement be verified just by white or gray box testing?
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I've read that if a requirement can't be verified by black-box testing or inspection, then it's not a requirement, but a design specification. I don't think that's true. There are plenty of ...

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How to test the field with different languages?
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You're already doing it! The core principle here, which you're already following, is: Prepare some data Enter it into the input field Check whether it is displayed correctly in the output. To make ...

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Access WebElement in selenium testng
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The best way is to separate out the details of the WebElement and methods to do with clicking on it, into separate classes - keeping a separation between the code which directly interacts with the UI ...

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Verify two elements exist next to each other on a page
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Try out Galen; it's designed for testing responsive web design across different platforms and different sized viewports, so its all about how web elements are laid out on screen: Layout testing ...

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Bug reporting on documents
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Screenshots. Take a screenshot of the document, edit the image to highlight the problem area, and add it as an attachment to your bug report along with the markdown document (unedited).

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Required Selenium Test Cases for Yahoo Login Form
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A good way to start learning selenium is to use the Selenium IDE to record a sequence of steps in the browser; then export it to a WebDriver script, and refactor it into a robust testcase.

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Data driven testing on Selenium IDE
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Selenium IDE can not easily do data-driven testing. There are add-ons which can help; for example Sel Blocks, or datadriven.js. However, I recommend you export your tests to a testing framework such ...

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Typical software & tools short-list for *manual* QA specialist (tester) working environment
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Here's my current toolset for manual testing: Browsers For web apps, I can easily test on my main PC using the newest IE (currently IE10), Chrome, Firefox and Opera. Virtual PC For testing web ...

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Locating button element in modal and/or new window
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Your class locator isn't working because that element has several different classes; they're separated by spaces in the html. If the best way to identify that element on your screen is by checking all ...

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I can't close Fancybox using selenium webdriver
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Your className selector isn't working, because those are two different class names - you can't use both at once. Try either of these selectors to see if they find the X correctly: driver.findElement(...

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Recommend a tool/browser extension to fill forms
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This is one thing that record-playback automation tools do quite well; if you've got a short-term one-off task for inputting a lot of data, in a fairly consistent way through some screens, then they'...

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I'm facing content encoding = utf-8 problem while testing a web application using jmeter
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Try using a network analyser / packet sniffer such as Fiddler to get a trace of a browser's normal http/https requests, and compare with what JMeter has been recording?

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Issue in tool tip content
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Yes, it can be properly aligned: If it's not properly aligned, my guess it's because there are line-breaks in the tooltip text in the HTML, something like this: <option value="3" title="(Heat ) ...

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Unable to upload a file using selenium/web driver running with java
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Your file upload control is implemented in Flash; Webdriver doesn't have any in-built way of interacting with flash objects, so that's why your TypeKeys isn't working. There are various add-ons which ...

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How to handle self-signed SSL certificate error in IE8? (Selenium Webdriver + Java)
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Is it possible to use a non-self-signed certificate? You'll need to: Run a Certification Authority on an available server. Install the root certificate on your workstation. Have the certification ...

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