Category: Test Automation

BRM Database Testing

05/06/2020
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An overview on BRM is discussed in our earlier posts and we would recommend beginning from that article for continuity. In this post we will discuss the data stored in the BRM Database, created by performing various BRM GUI and BRM API operations. Given below is the structure of BRM Database:   The BRM Database…

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BRM Server Component Testing

05/01/2020
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As discussed in our prior articles on BRM GUI testing and BRM API testing, there are a variety of operations and modules to cover when considering testing BRM products. In this post we will discuss in detail the various components of the BRM Server and how they are tested. The below figure showcases the different components in…

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BRM GUI Testing

04/21/2020
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As discussed in our overview of Oracle BRM Testing, there are several aspects to testing BRM.  In this post, we’ll be focusing on the Front-End aspect of testing.  Typically, this is the interface that is used internally by the Business Configuration Center to manage the customer accounts, product upgrades, billing information corrections, etc. It is…

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State of QA Testing 2017: Where Are We Now?

10/13/2017
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SmartBear’s 2017 State of QA Testing report contains responses from over 3,400 employees in the QA industry, including software developers, manual/automation tester, consultants, etc. As always, seeing these types of reports provides an enlightening look into the direction of the QA industry, and allows us to examine our own methodologies and approach to testing. Lets analyze…

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Testing, DevOps, & Automation

08/18/2017
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Traditional IT Ops teams require nearly 60% more time per week to handle support cases as compared to their DevOps Oriented Counterparts! This is just one of many statistics legitimizing DevOps as a software development methodology and it continues to be one of the big areas of focus for companies of all shapes and sizes.

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Utilize the Galen Framework + Awetest For Automated Responsive Testing

As we’ve discussed before, Responsive Design allows for a flexible, intuitive, and consistent experience across websites/apps. The quantity of responsively designed products increasing is necessitating an equivalent rise in responsive testing. As with functional testing, we can use automation to address our increased responsive testing needs. We’ve recently added support for the Galen Framework to Awetest, providing a solution for the need of automated responsive testing….

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Simplifying Cross-Platform Cucumber Scenarios

08/01/2016
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Seamless automation of processes that involve more than one platform can present problems in Cucumber script readability and maintenance.  The scenarios can become complex and much too code-like for understanding from the business perspective.  Maintenance of existing scripts and creation of new scripts can become problematic because the ‘language’ represented by the step definition files…

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Safari Inspect Element & Mobile Device Emulator

07/27/2016
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Safari’s native development tool is Safari Inspect Element. Unlike the other browsers, Safari Inspect Element is not activated by default. We will be showing step by step instructions on how to activate it. Safari also offers a different feature from the other browsers where the user can view any webpage in a mobile device emulator. For mobile webpage testing purposes,…

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