Hello Programers, Problem: How to find duplicate values in each row of 2D array. For example , we have 2d array as below: Output should be : 4 , Because 4 is common in each row. Solution: This was really brainstorming as I want to avoid multiple for loops to solve this problem. My logic … Continue reading Java Programs 17: Java Program to Find Duplicate Elements in Each Row of 2D Array
Hello Folks, Recently I have started learning or exploring more on best practises in Selenium Framework and same I want to share through my blogs for yours learning as well as to know your views. In this post, we will learn Naming Convention for Web Element and actions on it. Let's consider a scenario: You … Continue reading Best Practises in Page Object Model : Naming Conventions of Web Elements & Actions on it
Hello Folks, In this post we will learn below topics: 1. How to skip a test conditionally? 2. How conditionally skipped test is reported in TestNG report? 3. How to report conditionally skipped test case as failed in TestNG report instead of skipped? 4. What is SkipException class? 5. What is use of isSkip() method? … Continue reading TestNG Tutorials 41: Skipping a Test Conditionally in TestNG
Hello Folks, Grouping is a best feature provided by TestNG. We group test scripts based on suite name or functionality based on our requirements. We have seen grouping concepts in previous posts. In this post we will another feature of grouping in TestNG. TestNG also allows you to create group of groups i.e. meta data. … Continue reading TestNG Tutorials 40: Groups of Groups or MetaGroups in TestNG
Hello Folks, Suppose you have created a testng class which has many @Test annotated methods say 10 test methods. You may need to run only one test out of 10 for debug/verify etc. Generally I see people will comment "@Test" annotations or use testng.xml to include required test method using include or exclude tags. There … Continue reading TestNG Tutorials 39: Run Only Test From a TestNG Class Without Using TestNG XML?
Hello folks, In this post, we will see something new related to grouping in TestNG. When we assign group or groups to test methods in TestNG, to include or exclude groups to run we use TestNG xml. Do you know that we can run groups without TestNG xml and can include, exclude groups easily compare … Continue reading TestNG Tutorials 38: How to Execute Groups in TestNG without Using TestNG XML
Hello Folks, Proper categorisation/grouping of test scripts is very important as it gives us flexibility in running specific or group of tests. Group names followed by meaningful prefix or suffix help us in reducing number of lines of codes to execute desired groups. We will see an example below: You have multiple groups of tests … Continue reading TestNG Tutorials 37: Usage of Regular Expression With Group Names in TestNG
Hello Folks, We testers are always confused with these two terms : Verification & Validation. I will try my best to explain these terms in simple words in this post. Verification and Validation are different testing activities which are performed during SDLC. We use both words interchangeably and think our all testing activities fall either … Continue reading Understand Verification & Validation In Software Testing
Hello Folks, This is also an interview question. These questions are asked to know how much you can think on a scenario. Question was, "Can a test method return a value? If yes, how can you use it?". Yes, a @Test annotated method can return a value but that method will not be considered as … Continue reading TestNG Tutorials 36: Can a Test Method Return a Value in TestNG?
Hello Programmers, An interview candidate was asked to write java code to find the length of given string WITHOUT USING LENGTH METHOD in Capgemini. In this post, I will find length of string without using Length method but using some other method. :-p There is another method in String class called lastIndexOf(). LastIndexOf() method: As … Continue reading Java Programs 16: Java Program to Find Length of String Without Using Length Method