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    Browser Testing

    When I am testing my application with different versions of IE like 6.0 and 7.0, should i be executing all the 70 test cases or there are only certain test cases that need to be executed for each browser.

    Thanks in Advance.


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    Re: Browser Testing

    Hi,

    Find the feature difference between IE 6.0 and 7.0.Diagonise whether the feature you are testing falls in IE 6.0 or IE 7.0,depending on this you can carry testing process for your application.

    Thanks,
    Sridevichitthu


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    Re: Browser Testing

    Quote Originally Posted by Sridevichitthu View Post
    Hi,

    Find the feature difference between IE 6.0 and 7.0.Diagonise whether the feature you are testing falls in IE 6.0 or IE 7.0,depending on this you can carry testing process for your application.

    Thanks,
    Sridevichitthu
    Sridevi,
    As a prject manager, my expectation from my test team is as follows.
    When testing a web application, I expect the test plan to contain at least two passes of testing. If the application requires to be truely version independent on IE, I expect all the test cases to be executed at least once per IE version. This ensures that all features and functionality are truly version independent. However, in the second pass of testing, all the test cases that passed in the first maybe skipped - with the exception of those test scenarios that are impacted by a test case that previously failed. For example, if test scenario 1 has 5 test cases, three of which passed in the first round and two failed. When the code fix is complete and a second round of testing is conducted, I expect all 5 test cases to be executed. However, if test scenario 2 with 10 test cases passed (all 10 passed) in round 1, I do not expect the test scenario to be exectued again. It all depends on what the scenario is and what failed.
    Ensuring application quality is more important to me than executing a set number of test cases.

    I hope this helps.
    Thanks,
    --Som G


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    Smile Re: Browser Testing

    Hi

    You need to execute all the test cases..then only we can say that our application is browser independent....rite?

    you are chaging and executing is not a good practice....but the end user won't be available with these all technical stufff....rite?...we need to consider such a end user not having technical stuff also able to use our application...

    Cheers,
    Praveen.


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