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    Re: How many of testers have done it?

    Quote Originally Posted by krisn View Post
    im the fresher in testing. will i get jobs in this recession
    hai krishn,

    Just register in job sites companies started recruiting now. So please upload your resume in job sites.

    Thanks
    Deepa


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    Re: How many of testers have done it?

    I have written the test cases for the same.
    Infact it was the part of requiurement i.e exception handling requirement.

    Its very difficult to write test cases, but we can do so with help of BA & administrators

    Thanks
    Amit Mhatre


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    Re: How many of testers have done it?

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    Re: How many of testers have done it?

    Hi,

    According to me when we find any server error then in step to reproduce we should attach the log details and mail contents which you get from the admin. And we should also try to reporduce same steps for the bug. please correct me if anything wrong.


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    Re: How many of testers have done it?

    Hi Jainbrijesh,

    This is one of the practices followed in writing test cases in Graybox testing. Mostly seen while testing the embedded s/w, testing any services in the telecom domain, sql injection while performing the database testing in some areas.

    Some times while following the normal flow of testing we see some strange error coming up. So we refer to the logs and then create the steps to replicate the bugs. The test cases created in thse scenarios will be added to the regression test cases and tested once the patches are received.

    So far I have not seen any standard approach for performing the Graybox testing techniques anywhere. Sometimes we end up redoing the Graybox testing after we complete the blackbox testing techniques just to see if we were left with any areas uncovered and the logs had captured, especially while testing the services.


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    Re: How many of testers have done it?

    Hi,

    If you have such case, where you are getting an error at the server end and that is reported to you through a automated mailer, then you need to drill down the cause of error by using the information you have in the mail. You can use the server log and other evidence and try to under stand what have been the cause of this error and try to re-produce it in your environment.
    Once you have reproduce the error then it will become easier for you to write the steps for the same.

    Remember if you can re-produce any bug then only you can expect it to be fixed.

    Hope this will help you to understand the approach you should adopt to test such kind of error.


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    Re: How many of testers have done it?

    What i believe, you can troubleshoot any issue by tracing the error log, but can not write test case based on that.
    To write test case you need appropriate repro-steps and if that is not given, it become hard for developer to re-pro that bug. But in your case you have received the error log file, which was generated due to some malfunctioning of the system which is unknown.However you can include it to your test cases for future reference, once you got the solution and the root cause of the issue reported.


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    Re: How many of testers have done it?

    Sorry sir i'm a fresher..I cant able to ans this question..Can u reply me ans for this question...


    regards vino..


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