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SOAP UI test suites - set property with value inside tag


SOAP UI test suites - set property with value inside tag

By : CpnNemo
Date : November 17 2020, 01:00 AM
Hope this helps First: I do not understand the round brackets - what is that suppose to be?
You would do it the same way:
code :
<city cityNumber="${Properties#PropertyName}">
<Request requestType="${Properties#PropertyText}" versionNumber="${Properties#PropertyVersion}">


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Loop of test suites in a CasperJS test file results in random failures in the shell

Loop of test suites in a CasperJS test file results in random failures in the shell


By : user2965758
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help You should use start and run only once in your test case and never outside of casper.test.begin. You don't need the main function as a step for then. Also, you can further condense your script.
code :
  lines.forEach(function(line){
    var tab = line.split(";");
    casper.test.begin("test : "+tab[0], 1, function suite(test){
      casper.start(tab[0]).then(function (){
        this.echo(this.currentHTTPStatus);
        test.assertTitle(tab[1]);
      }).run(function(){
        test.done();
      });
    });
  });
Executing Junit4 tests from a test suite by referring other test suites

Executing Junit4 tests from a test suite by referring other test suites


By : Yubef
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I tried calling two test suites from another test suite class and it works perfectly fine. Please take a look at the code here.
All test classes are placed in the com.test package and all test suites are called.
Erlang Common Test: Get test runtime stats across all test suites

Erlang Common Test: Get test runtime stats across all test suites


By : José Cruz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out So it looks like this can be done with the cth_surefire Common Test hook. The CT hook produces junit XML output, which contains the test run times. All I need to do is parse out the test names and times to compute the statistics I need.
See these pages for more details:
automation - How to organize test cases, test objects and test suites?

automation - How to organize test cases, test objects and test suites?


By : user2123753
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I prefer keeping the tests separate and as independable as possible so I don't call test cases from another test case.
My tests are structured using Keywords, so they would look like:
code :
myMethods.authetication(username, password)
WebUI.waitForElementClickable('id of the upload button')
WebUI.click('id of the upload button')
WebUI.verifyElementNotPresent('id of the upload button')
WebUI.waitForElementClickable('id of the add files button')
WebUI.click('id of the add files button')
// verify expected condition
WebUI.waitForElementClickable('id of the next button')
WebUI.click('id of the next button')
// verify expected condition
WebUI.waitForElementClickable('id of the submitbutton')
WebUI.click('id of the submit button')
// verify expected condition
Unable to run Test file using dockerFile only Before and After Suites are executed Before, After and Test Methods functi

Unable to run Test file using dockerFile only Before and After Suites are executed Before, After and Test Methods functi


By : user3619237
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I figured out issue by correcting the file paths in my project. while running locally I have used windows based path but since my test was running in unix system there was exception due to which test was not working after correcting those paths it worked fine. I replaced (\ with /) so it will work in both windows and Unix system.
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