Category Archives: Automation

QA Complete – Setting up the Configuration for your Automation Scripts

QA Complete – Setting up the Configuration for your Automation Scripts.

 

It has always been a bane of Test Managers to manage their work and track it successfully. QA Complete, Test Link, ALM are some of the tools available to cater to such tedious functions of managing the complete set of test cases, and executing them successfully.

QA Complete provides the following benefits and ensures a complete and comprehensive set of test management capabilities. Besides this, it also promises a great delivery on centralized reporting across all aspects of testing; be it Manual or Automated testing.

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Using XPath in Web Application Testing (Selenium)

Using XPath in Web Application Testing (Selenium)

With Selenium making waves in Web Application testing and more testers are taking to it like duck to water. Let’s discuss the importance of using XPath for Automation Testing using Selenium.
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Testing a web service using Eclipse

Testing a web service using Eclipse

Testing a web service. Are you?

With increased technological advancements, we are seeing a huge awareness in using web services and testing them.
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Selenium – Pattern Matching through globs i.e. globbing

Selenium Pattern Matching using globs

Patterns, the magic input typically in querying scenarios. These are the basis on which querying can be made simple and yet powerful. In order to verify text contents of websites, it is equally important to verify these through matching patterns. Continue reading Selenium – Pattern Matching through globs i.e. globbing

Resolving the “Bind Exception” stumble block for JMeter

Resolving the “Bind Exception” stumble block for JMeter

Using JMeter to test performance provides an unusual stumble block in the form of Windows limitations. When 1000 to 1200 threads are in process, you may hit the block in the form of “Bind Exception“. This is attributed to the limitation of Windows to process concurrent threads. We can enhance the limit by the following workaround.

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