May 27, 2009

Preparation of the test cases without the documents


Hi,

It's the general problem a small and middle companies face for their projects. Why they face such situations because their aim is to get projects. They generally follow no process for software development or one more reason is the client has freelancing the project when it was in starting phases, but as his business grow he want to add more and more features and so, outsourced the project to a company, not to freelancers. But anyway, such projects becomes challenging for developers and as well testers.

As per your query for "
Preparation of the test cases without the documents", it will depends on your knowledge about the project. Explore each and every module, and just start documented each test case you have implemented. For expected result column, you will write what you are getting right now (means software output in production state), If your client will really review the document, He can point out the mistakes in "Expected Result". And this is what your client needs to compromise.


On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 11:58 AM, Karande, Reema <Reema_Karande@syntelinc.com> wrote:

Hi ,

Myself (Reema Karande) always goes through your site of software Testing and found it very useful for all of the testers like us .So wanted to ask the query regarding the Test case Preparation.
Actually we are working for our UK client and we want to prepare the system test cases for the application .But the problem we are facing is the application is not having the functional specs nor it is having the LLD, high level scenarios. Also the client is not having the Requirement Specs with them. Only they have is the application and the code for the application.
So can you please suggest us that how to proceed for the Preparation of the test cases without the documents.
Thanks & Regards
______________________________________

Reema Karande | Syntel Inc. | Pune
Software Tester, DBU
_____________________________________

May 20, 2009

Re: HI

Hi,

Integration testing is to test communication between two or more modules. For a website it can be data flow between two pages etc. In real time you always do the integration testing, but you don't know, how really you are doing it. If any time you you have tested the login form, you have seen that when you enter wrong username and password, you got error message, and if information is correct, you get logged in. It is nothing but integration testing.


On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 10:54 AM, ami desai <ami.desai28@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi ,
I am a subscriber of your Manual Testing Bolg.
If you can help me out with following points, its urgent.
-- How integration Testing can be performed in real time.
Waiting for your reply, ASAP.
Regards,
Ami Desai

What is most important for a tester?

Hi,

As a tester everyone does the testing, still we see someone to grow fast in comparison of other testers. Do you know the reason? As per my experience, I learned some points which I want to share with you. I have title it "What is most important for a tester?" in respect to be better to other tester.

1) Team lead qualities:- A and B are two testers working for a company now company is planning for a better test management. Definitely there will be a question, to whom we should give more responsibilities, and sure, the one have the team leading qualities will win.

2) Flexible with time and projects:- A tester should be flexible with time and project. In my work, I always found that as a tester sometime we have no work for whole day, but get work in last minute. What a tester should do now? He/she can test it on next day, or he /she test it on the same day. I am leaving it to you, you think, what you should do?

3) Should suggestive:- A good tester not only test an application, but always suggest what he/she think is good for the project. In today market, what I feel is that a tester should not only always tried to break the software, but sometimes should think to build it too. Build it by your suggestions. Definitely developers have to code and then you will test it, then break it :)

May 19, 2009

OpenWebLoad - Very simple tool to test performance of the websites

Hi,

Very simple tool to test performance of the websites. No need for installation of the tool. Just download and copy on HDD.

OpenWebLoad is (currently) a commandline tool, that you execute from a prompt like this:

c:\ openload http://www.google.com 10

where, http://www.google.com is the site for testing.
10- no. of clients.

visit http://openwebload.sourceforge.net/ for more help and details.

Enjoy :)

May 15, 2009

Really cool Testing tool

Hi,

Really cool tool selenium. Visit http://seleniumhq.org for introduction.

Selenium is an open source tool for web application testing. This tool is primarily developed in Java Script and browser technologies and hence supports all the major browsers on all the platforms. For example, you can have your automation scripts written for Firefox on Windows and run them on Firefox in Mac. Most of the time, you will not need to change your scripts for them to work on Mac. In terms of coverage for platform and browser, Selenium is probably one of the best tool available in the market for web applications. There are three variants of Selenium, which can be used in isolation or in combination to create complete automation suite for your web applications.
  • Selenium IDE
  • Selenium Core
  • Selenium Remote Control tool.
Install Firefox add-on for this tool and enjoy.

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