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What are the best practices for managing Test results

We are using GitHub for managing source code and waffle board for managing workflow/issues. Right now when we test the system using custom written test cases, it generates a CSV file. We want to be ...
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The concept of “quality gates” in software testing

We are using SonarQube for code quality testing. It tests the quality of code, and not the function of code. It has the concept of quality gates, so you can set for instance a 90% quality gate, ...
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Writing test cases for another web service

I'm working in a team as a developer. We have developed a product where we generate letters by populating some XML file. This XML file ONLY contains some texts that need to show up in a pdf document. ...
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How do you properly test a complete software replacement

We have System A (an application and a database) that is built for a specific business department and therefore has business aligned data model and table structure. System A is a mission critical ...
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Side-by-side Functional and Acceptance Testing (SpecFlow)

Edit: I have found a closely related question: StackOverflow This question is not about the differences between functional and acceptance tests! Almost all the info I could find on the web just ...
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Integration Tests - How much is too much? [duplicate]

First of I'm not sure if I chose the right name for my question, I'm not sure if they are functional tests or integration ( or other ). I'm talking about tests which test (or it should) the app from ...
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How to pass object generated by certain test class to another test class using webdriver and testng

I am contemplating on creating a public api for my team to use that will encapsulate the workings of webdriver and testng as it's main tools. Primary to the concern is re usability of code when ...
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Testing process on life critical systems [duplicate]

I currently work in web development - unit testing, functional testing are all good and really are part of what is considered being a professional developer. However, I also have a fear of flying and ...
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Generating test data for a search application

I have a general question about testing search applications, and what I'm looking for is pointers to resources on the topic that I can go and research on my own. I've tried semi-informed, ...
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automated acceptance testing / BDD & workflow for designing a system

Recently, I started reading the book Specification by Example, which relates to automated functional testing and BDD (from what I've understood till now). I've tried using Concordion (.Net), and ...
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How do you prevent confused tests? [duplicate]

Testing code for correctness is important. Whether you do strict TDD or not, tests are really the only way a project can scale in size beyond a point where every team member can reasonably keep all ...
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Test Data in a Distributed System

A question that has been vexing me lately has been about how to effectively test (end-to-end) features in a distributed system. Particuarly, how to effectively manage (through time) test data for ...
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Is it okay to test multiple similar files in one functional test

I've a functional test using Junit which tests delivery of xml file to an end-point. XML file is sent by client, so I copied it to a test folder, read it from there in my test and do asserts. We ...
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Unit Tests work but there are still bugs?

Brief History I am new to Automated Unit Testing and Mocking objects world; previously we used to do Unit Testing (including Integration Testing and we mistakenly referred that as Unit Testing) ...
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Why is black box called functional testing when it tests also non functional?

This has been bothering me for a while. Security, performance tests etc. are all done typically using the black box approach. But these are nonfunctional,while black box is called functional testing. ...
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Functional testing and Acceptance testing leading to redundant code

What I know is: A Functional test aims to test a single component (like a WebApp's Controller) from the point of view of the developer. => Did I achieve all the requirements to make it work well? ...
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Is this a test smell or is it even worse?

I have recently been looking at some testscripts which looks a bit like ... try { receiveSomething(); // something was received even though it shouldn't failTest(); } catch (TimeoutException e) ...
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Difference between functional test and integration test

I am deeply confused the difference. I've read so many definitions and they always explain functional test as testing the requirement is satisfied. Well, that's just rephrasing the name functional ...
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We are spending more time implementing functional test than implementing the system itself, is this normal?

Basically, we have three main projects, two of them are web services, and the other is a web application. While I'm satisfied with covering as much as we can of our web services with functional test ...
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Functional testing before code checkin

I am working on a project with legacy code where it does not have much code coverage. One of the idea to improve that is to enforce a rule that each code check-in must have test, not only test but ...
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Link between tests and user stories

I have not see these links explicitly stated in the Agile literature I have read. So, I was wondering if this approach was correct: Let a story be defined as "In order to [RESULT], [ROLE] needs to ...
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Should tests be in the same Ruby file or in separated Ruby files?

While using Selenium and Ruby to do some functional tests, I am worried with the performance. So is it better to add all test methods in the same Ruby file, or I should put each one in separated code ...