Agile Testing, API testing, Automation, Automation Framework, HTTP, HTTP methods, rest assured, Selenium, Selenium grid, Web Automation, Web Services, Web Testing

Part 2-API testing with rest assured.

In continuation with my previous blog, here I will be sharing some basic rest services methods implementation like POST, GET etc.

api

REST in itself without exception has a lot to learn. It has helped the whole team of developers and QA to evolve and mobilise their work as much as possible.

By providing whole lot of the methods like GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, PATCH, etc one can traverse the whole code. Not just fetching, or updating, one can even delete then store and use one data in one and another form. Thus making a complete round of testing and development done.

Like REST java also helped in making this dynamic thing more super, lets see how.

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API testing, Automation, Automation Framework, best practises, HTTP, HTTP methods, Java, java.lang.NullPointerException, rest assured, Services Testing, Testing, TestNG, Web Services, Web Testing

Part 1- API testing with rest assured.

In this post, I will share some basic rest assured code that can be directly used in a project which can support Java, Page Object Model, TestNg, API testing, etc.

rest-assured

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Exception, java.lang.NullPointerException, Services Testing, SoapUI, System Testing, Test Cases, Test Steps, Testing, Web Services

java.lang.NullPointerException at com.eviware.soapui.reporting.engine.export.XmlExporter.export

Hi all, its been a month I am working on SoapUI and I started writing blogs on SoapUI. From today onwards I will share the hiccups I have faced while working with SoapUI along with the tutorials chain. So lets get started with an unusual error which some of SoapUI users have faced and many may have not seen.
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Automation, Automation Framework, Functional Tests, JMeter, Load Tests, Performance Tests, Services Testing, Testing

JMeter – quick start from setting up to increasing size.

To set up Jmeter at your local you need to follow some instruction I have mentioned below. And this will depend on the type of OS you are using.

As we all know Jmeter is an open source tool and the Jmeter community is pretty active in taking questions over the issues , discussions of the tool. Lets get started then !
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Functional Testing, Functional Tests, Manual Testing, Performance Tests, Portability Tests, Quality Analyst, Services Testing, Stress Tests, System Testing, Test Cases, Testing, Uncategorized, Usability Tests

How to test ‘Fan’?

If we want to examine any tester then the best way to know him/her is to ask him real time questions over real time examples. Just like the day-to-day objects which we used to work on and see on daily basis. So lets take an instance of ‘Fan’ , and this you see, you use multiple times a day.
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Automation, Functional Testing, Services Testing, SoapUI, Web Automation, Web Services, Web Testing

Adding ‘Events’ in SoapUI projects

SoapUi provides a wide range of features, and via these capabilities we can not only test our web-services as a whole but also we can implement muliple functions to test an application’s services.
Today I will discuss ‘Events’ in SoapUi so let’s get started.

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Automation, DataBase Testing, Quality Analyst, Services Testing, SoapUI, Web Services, Web Testing

SoapUI Tutorial Part 4 : Effectively using JDBC connections and databases in SoapUI

In today’s world , if you are a tester, QA , developer or a UI developer , you can not escape from data. Data is everywhere on web ,in real life , in our computer , in mobile phones , in Television , in books , in files , in banks , everywhere. And as data is getting increased storing them has also became a crucial topic to discuss about.
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Automation, Quality Analyst, Services Testing, SoapUI, System Testing, Testing, Uncategorized, Web Automation, Web Testing

SoapUI Tutorial Part 2 : A complete run-through of how to make projects in SoapUI

In this piece of write-up, I will share how can we make new projects , test suite , test case , test steps in a new SoapUI .
SoapUI provides multiple option to make a tester more comfortable and getting fast learning curve of services.
It has that capability via which a user work as if he/she is going through any documentation or user manual.
TIP : Right Click is the answer to most of the questions in SoapUI.
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Agile Testing, Automation, Automation Framework, Functional Testing, Quality Analyst, Services Testing, SoapUI, System Testing, Testing, Web Automation

SoapUI Tutorial Part 1 : A world-class tour to SoapUI PRO.

SoapUi PRO is a tool where in you just need to click on the actions available to you and you can make your imagination comes true.Services testing was never so easy before the make-believe fantancy of SoapUI PRO creators. I want to thank them before giving you a brief of the tool cum weapon as they say.

Why SoapUI?
SoapUi is a very powerfully built tool which is used for Services testing.
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Automation, Automation Framework, Functional Testing, Quality Analyst, Services Testing, SoapUI, System Testing, Testing, Web Automation, Web Testing

Best suited tool for web services testing : SoapUI.

Recently I started working on services based project and in this post I will share how I learnt all about SOA(Service bases architecture) along with the way we should begin with.
In today’s life we have several things ,some which are important and we are ignorant about it. Some are not so important but we think about them all the time ,through out our day. And rest lies in between these two categories. Now the point here, which I would like to make is that , the driving factors of all the happenings is Service ,I am referring only Web here. Though ,in general the answer would be ‘Money’ without any doubt.
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Agile Testing, Automation, Functional Testing, Selenium Builder, Services Testing, System Testing, Testing, Web Automation, Web Testing

Selenium Builder – Exporting and execution

In continuation with my last blog I will here share a more advanced capability of Selenium Builder.
Now as we are done with the set up we can talk one step ahead. Lets start with an example :
I have opened a website in firefox and I want to automate some actions on this page . Lets say :

  1.  I want to open the url (https://khyatisehgal.wordpress.com/).
  2. I need to check a blog on this website , the very first one .
  3. I want to see the author’s about me column.

And that’s all.

What I will do for this is ,

  1. I will open the firefox
  2. I will launch Selenium Builder.
  3. I will start doing the above steps .

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Agile Testing, Cookies, Functional Testing, Services Testing, System Testing, Testing

Cookies are not that complex to test with Selenium..How??lets have a look!

If we talk in simple terms Cookies are some thing which parents always teach their child ‘Not to have’.
And same applies to some web sites .They can make life tougher of user when cookies are hiding in the web pages and no one can understand ‘what the heck is making my web page to react so weird!!!’

Let me first start why cookies are required and why/ when are not required. There are several types of cookies (of course not chocolate , strawberry , butter ,etc ) which can comes and lives on the web.
For an example, if I want to log into a system and want to stay in the system for ever until I explicitly log out from it , then to maintain this session go live I always requires some sort of cookies which will make this happen for me. This you can count as an advantage , with out a doubt !
But what about this , when I am working on a web page and trying to search for some one and it will navigate me to some stranger’s profile which has no connection with the name i searched for . It is all about the game which cookies does for us 🙂

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