The .csv file in what the test are based must be in the slave inside the JMeter bin folder /bin/data/yourFile.csv
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RE: Jmeter doesn't show results when executed on slave, both GUI and CLI
RE: Selenium works in Terminal but not the Python Shell
It's seems like the Python interpreter you're using in the shell is not the same one used by Vscode. You can change the Python environment to match the one you're using in your Shell, or even install selenium in the Python interpreter currently used with:
python -m pip install -U selenium
RE: How to run Selenium Tests written in C# on a Safari browser in the same Windows 10 laptop?
Apple's support for Safari on Windows stopped at 5.1 version, which means the latest safari you can install on Windows in Safari 5.1.
Second - no docker images for Safari -
Third, you can create a Machintosh VM on your PC
here is the link for Catalina
here is the link for Mojave
if you add one of those on your machine you also need to enable Safari automation
- Open Safari
- Go to Safari > Preferences
- Go to Advanced and in the bottom, there is an option "Show Develop menu in menu bar"
- Check that option
- Go to Develop
- Check on "Allow Remote Automation"
- Close/Quit the browser
After that, you can run the selenium node script on mac in order to connect it from the grid. And you can also use as a grid the docker-selenium
RE: Which test management Jira Add-On can be used which has cucumber integration?
We have evaluated Zephyr, Testrail and Hitpest. We have chosen Hiptest because that’s the only tool to enable refactoring of your BDD scenarios. They have just published a blog post on the subject It manages both manual and automated test execution.
RE: How to write test case enumeration?
Listing all possible test case names which could be extracted out of the scenario provided and classifying them in terms of priority and positive/negative/types is test case enumeration. Kindly comment if you need anything, here is an example for better understanding. Enumerate test cases for Login:(Classifying priorities into P1>P2>P3) Positive cases include:
P1-Verify the login dialog box
P1-Verify the login id
P1-Verify the password
P1-Verify the submit button
Negative cases include: 1. P3-Verify logging in with empty id and password fields
Note: Haven't covered all the test cases.
What is the difference between Retesting and Regression Testing
My question as follows: There are two modules like Module A and Module B. In Module A, I got 100 testcases and Module B also got 100 testcases. During testing, Module A got 50 failed testcases and Module B got 40 failed testcases.
Now my question is, What are the number of Retesting and Regression testcases to be executed in Module A and Module B on Modified Software Build..?
As per my understanding, In module A, retesting testcases=50 and regression testcases = 50, In module B, retesting testcases = 40 and regression testcases = 60.
Count the number of items on the page
def look_for_element (self): driver = self.driver b  try: driver.find_element_by_class_name ("unviewed") while driver.find_element_by_class_name ("unviewed") == True: b.append (driver.find_elements_by_class_name ("unviewed")) print (len (b)) except NoSuchElementException: print ('0') continue
Before that, I tried in a brazenly very simple:
def look_for_element (self): driver = self.driver b  b.append (driver.find_elements_by_class_name ("unviewed")) print (len (b))
Similarly, I tried to count all the pages in general to check that it was not the wrong path. And it works on all pages in the same way. Item code of any order:
<tr class = "data-row rowkey-157e2c09fd6a096b061c2baf0b1d8899 unviewed scoring_status_- odd collapsed" data-rowkey = "157e2c09fd6a096b061c2baf0b1d8899">