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What is Defect? Defect Life Cycle in Software Testing.

Defect is an unexpected behavior of the software application flow against the requirement specification. Here, I have discussed the life cycle of the Defect.
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What are Frames? How to handle frames in Selenium WebDriver with C#?

IFrame (FullForm: Inline Frame) is an HTML document that is included in another HTML document and is used to place the contents from another source. Eg: Advertisements, Youtube Videos etc…Almost all site includes IFramenow a day, where they would be displaying advertisements or playing videos of other sources.Now, let’s see how to identify and handling of IFrames in Selenium with C#.Net technology.There are two ways to identify the in your web application: When perfo...
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What is Synchronization? Handling Synchronization in Selenium WebDriver using C#:

Synchronization meaning: when two or more components involved to perform any action, we expect these components to work together with the same pace. The co-ordination between these components to run paralelly is called Synchronization.Synchronization (Wait) in Selenium has a great significant value.Now a day, we see most of the web applications are developed by using Javacript and Ajax where it might happen that some of the elements may load at distant time intervals, due to which we may encount...
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Sending Test reports by Email using Office 365, Gmail

Wouldn’t it be great if Test Report are sent automatically across team as soon the Test Execution is complete??Now, let’s see how to achieve this using Office 365.com, Outlook.com and Gmail.com account as the SMTP host.Include the below code in your OneTImeTearDown (NUnit) or AfterClass (TestNG) method: we attain this feature using library => System.Net.Mail; using System.Net.Mail;namespace MailConfiguration{            s...
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Extent Reports in Selenium CSharp (C#)

Reports play a fundamental role when it comes to TESTING. Tester can now  know the real-time reports of test suit execution. Reports made ease to know the ratio of Pass? : Fail? post-test suit execution and it is the only documentation to know about test execution results.Everyone wish to see the detailed description of the test results. Don’t you? here is the solution for it. And, let us see how these reports can be achieved? in Selenium C# - NUnit framework automation testing.To ac...
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Assertions in Coded UI

Let us discuss how to add assertions in coded UI. Assertions are checkpoints/benchmarks to UI controls and are used to verify the expected results of UI controls in Coded UI testing.Following are some of the assertions that are available in Coded UI.      AreEqual     AreNotEqual     Contains     Matches     DoesNotMatch     StartsWith     EndsWith     IsNull     IsNotNull...
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Analysis of Load Test Results

Analysis of Performance DataAfter you capture and consolidate your results, analyze the captured data and compare the results against the metric's accepted level. If the results indicate that your required performance levels have not been attained, you can analyze and fix the cause of the bottleneck. The data that you collect helps you analyze your application with respect to your application's performance objectives as mentioned below:• Throughput versus user load.• Response t...
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Parallel Execution using Selenium Webdriver and TestNG

While testing a web application it is very important to test the application on different browsers. We can achieve this by using Selenium Web driver and TestNG. If there are more number of scripts to be executed and executing them on each and every browsers sequentially is time consuming. This can be avoided using a concept in Selenium called Parallel Execution.  TestNG allows us to run the test cases/scripts, test methods or tests in parallel, With Parallel Execution concept we can re...
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Handling Radio buttons and Checkboxes using Selenium Webdriver

The main difference between Radio button and Checkbox is that, using radio button we will be able to select only one option from the options available. whereas using checkbox, we can select multiple options.When we inspect a Radio button or a Checkbox, HTML code looks as below  Using Click() method in Selenium we can perform the action on the Radio button and on Checkbox.Example:Webelement  maleRadioBtn = driver.findElement (By.id("gender-male"));maleRadioBtn.click();Bef...
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