Month: June 2018

TestNG Tutorials 27: Usage of alwaysRun Attribute With Configuration Methods of TestNG

Hello Folks, In last post we learn usage of of alwaysRun Attribute With Test Method of TestNG. In this post, we will see usage of alwaysRun attribute with configuration method in TestNG. What is a Configuration Method in TestNG? When we mark a method as @BeforeXXXX or @AfterXXXX, that method is called as Configuration method. Example: […]

TestNG Tutorials 26: Understand Usage of alwaysRun Attribute With Test Method of TestNG

Hello Folks, In this post we will learn about “alwaysRun” attribute and its usage with @Test annotated method in TestNG. “alwaysRun” attribute can be used with Configuration methods(BeforeXXXX and @AfterXXXX) and Test methods(@Test). TestNG documentation defines alwaysRun attribute as: For configuration methods: For before methods (beforeSuite, beforeTest, beforeTestClass and beforeTestMethod, but not beforeGroups): If set to […]

TestNG Tutorials 25: Relation Between TestNG Annotations and TestNG XML

Hello Folks, In last post, we have seen available annotation in TestNG. Beginner and experienced professionals are always confused in understanding order of execution of annotated methods and usage. In this post, I will try to help you in understanding this concept better. I will recommend to read this post first which explains hierarchy of […]

Black Box Testing and White Box Testing : : Everything You Need To Know

Hello Folks, In this post, we will see below topics: What is White box testing? What is Black box testing? What are differences between White box and Black box testing? There are many testing techniques which are broadly categorised into two: Static Testing and Dynamic Testing. Dynamic testing is again subdivided into two major categories: […]

TestNG Tutorials 24: Annotations In TestNG – A Quick Guide

Hello Folks, As part of learning TestNG step by step, I will list all available annotations of TestNG in this post and will see each and every annotations in details in later posts. As per TestNG documentation, TestNG provides you below annotations: @BeforeSuite @AfterSuite @BeforeTest @AfterTest @BeforeGroups @AfterGroups @BeforeClass @AfterClass @BeforeMethod @AfterMethod @DataProvider @Factory @Listeners […]

TestNG Tutorials 23: @Test Annotation – Don’t Confuse TestNG With Duplicate Priorities

Hello Folks, We learn about priority of test methods in a TestNG class in this post. TestNG Tutorials 22: @Test Annotation – Games Of Priority Of Methods In TestNG Do you know that TestNG will execute methods in unexpected order if you provide duplicate priorities and can create a nightmare for you. We will see […]

TestNG Tutorials 22: @Test Annotation – Games Of Priority Of Methods In TestNG

Hello Folks, We have seen how a TestNG class executes methods when we do not provide any order to methods. You can refer those posts here: Default Priority in a TestNG Class Default Priority in an Inherited Class But, you may require to execute methods in a certain order. Consider a scenario where you need […]

Guidelines To Clear ISTQB Foundation Level Examination

Hello Folks, This is on-demand post. Many people asked me to provide guidelines to clear ISTQB foundation level certification exam. I appeared for ISTQB foundation examination in 2015 and cleared with 77% marks. I will share some guidelines which I followed. Here you go :- First register for the TEST: This is the first thing […]

TestNG Tutorials 21: Why Don’t We Require a Main Method In TestNG class For Execution Of Methods?

Hello Folks, This question was asked to me by one of my readers. Actually this is an interesting topic and thought of sharing knowledge through a post. Basic Java concept says, we need a main method to execute a java class or execution of a class starts from its main method. But in case of […]

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