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CICD Toolset – A Quick Comparison

CICD tools – Comparison The term CICD is vast and implementation is challenging because of the options available as open source as well as licensed products. Here we try to explore the features of CI tools and some of the features to consider while implementing so that tools can “integrate” smoothly. There are “n” number […]

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5-Phase Approach To Sales Practices Compliance For Banks

Adjusting to the new regulatory environment Recent problems with bank employees opening unauthorized accounts for consumers have focused the regulatory spotlight on sales practices in the industry. The fallout from sales practices problems has been spectacular and well-publicized: Hundreds of millions of dollars in fines and legal costs Destruction of shareholder value Brand and reputational […]

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Recap: CA Webinar on Automating APIs for Real Testing Acceleration

We all know that organizations are becoming more focused on the ability to more quickly release applications. Service virtualization is one way to address bottlenecks in the development lifecycle and enable scalability through virtualized testing capabilities. Today, we presented on a webinar with CA, Automate your APIs for Real Testing Acceleration. Ronda Kiser-Oakes, Perficient’s DevOps […]

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Webinar: Automate Your API Testing with CA

Register Today!  Application construction and delivery best practices are key to having a successful go-to market strategy, especially when built with APIs, microservices, and other integration solutions. If you’re serious about changing the way you change your processes, CA and Perficient can show you how you can automate your APIs and create real ROI with […]

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Digital Change 2007 to Now: Governance and Other Ugly Words

So yes, Governance, Organization, Making it work, etc; they are all ugly words. At least they are enough to put you to sleep just thinking about them.  With the increase in complexity, comes an increase in the organization necessary to support it.  Let’s look at a typical organization supporting a site in 2007.  I say […]

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Quick Steps to Start Testing Salesforce SOAP API

To start testing Salesforce SOAP API with SoapUI, follow the quick steps below: Register a Salesforce developer account. Make sure to register a developer edition account from https://developer.salesforce.com/signup   Do not register from www.salesforce.com, as you won’t be able to ‘generate wsdls’ which will be needed in the next step. Reset Salesforce Security Token Login to the developer […]

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Automation Testing – What to Expect and What Not to Expect

Myth 1: Automation replaces Manual Testers. Reality: After the scripts are developed, the common misconception is that we can replace the manual testers with Automation, but this is not true. Automation is a program which will test the flow of the system. Even a small defect can be missed if we don’t write scripts to look for […]

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Build a Home Server Lab on a Budget

For years, I have used either Oracle Virtual Box or VMWare Workstation for creating test servers so I could spend quality time with new versions of the Oracle EPM software.  This has required me to maintain a rather expensive and bulky workstation class laptop.  A high-end laptop capable of running a virtual machine with 4 […]

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Driver Manager for Selenium Web Driver and Extent Reports

Driver Manager for Selenium Web Driver This blog post explains how to initiate the Chrome and IE browsers using maven setup. To run selenium web driver in chrome/IE browsers, download the preferred version of Chrome Driver/ IE Driver server for web driver and save it in local. Now set the property for chrome driver/IE driver, […]

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Proxy Mechanism for testing IIB Migration Projects

Introduction Migration of EAI solution has become inevitable because of the new features coming in and badly designed products and solutions in the past. Migration must be taken as an opportunity to redesign the existing solution by making use of the latest technological developments. It is necessary to ensure the business functionality is not lost and […]

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Assertions in Selenium Web Driver

Introduction Assertions provide a means for users to validate any kind of test. The Assertion results are based on the comparison of Actual & Expected Results. A test is considered passed only when the Assertions show no Exceptions. Thus, the usage of Assertions plays a vital role in identifying the flaws in the application being […]

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Parallel execution of tests using Selenium-Grid and TestNG

Selenium-Grid allows you to run your tests on different machines against different browsers in parallel. That is, running multiple tests at the same time against different machines running different browsers and operating systems. Essentially, Selenium-Grid support distributed test execution. It allows for running your tests in a distributed test execution environment. When to use To […]

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Front End Testing with Hobbes.js

Introduction to Hobbes: AEM 6.0 has come up with a new framework for a functional testing system. It uses Hobbes.js, a testing library written in JavaScript. This framework helps to automate UI tests and provide us with a test result. We can write and execute tests from a web browser. The framework also provides us […]

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How to Get an HTTP Cookie for Web Service Authorization in SoapUI

A web service may need credentials to allow a client to make a request call to the report server. The authorization method depends on the security settings for your report server. SoapUI is a popular web service testing tool, and testers need to send authentication information in SoapUI to the server before testing target requests. […]

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Integrate Scala to automation test projects

Scala is a JVM-based, statically- checked, multi-paradigm programming language — mixing up object-oriented programing with functional programing, which delivers a concise and elegant code style. Scala codes can be seamlessly compatible with Java projects as the complier of which turns all those .scala files into several .class binary files. And currently IDE plugins for Scala […]

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First bite of Apple’s new UI testing tool

In early June, Apple released a new UI testing tool in WWDC 2015. I’ve tried this interesting tool in some of our internal projects during the past three weeks, and I’ve discovered some pros and cons along the way. I share my experiences below: What’s my environment: OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 Xcode 7.0 beta 2 […]

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Generate Performance Testing Report with JMeter-Plugins and Ant

JMeter is a popular open source performance test tool. However, its shortage of comprehensive report functionality, affects performance test result analysis, e.g., performance monitor of server, hits per second, response code over time, and so on. This paper will introduce how to create more analysis reports in both JMeter GUI Mode and Non GUI mode.

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Test Complete over RIA Test for EXTJS applications

Objective Our objective is to find a testing tool to automate the testing for EXTJS applications. A high level enterprise application based on EXTJS will have multiple UI controls floating around. The controls will have mostly dynamic values fetched from backend. Each UI control might take to many level of child pages and popup windows. […]

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Automating REST services using Soap UI Pro

“A Web service is a method of communication between two electronic devices over a network. It is a software system designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interaction over a network.” There are various tools available to test web services. Some of them are Soap UI, Soap UI Pro, Test Maker, Web Inject etc. The most common tool we use is Soap UI. Soap-UI […]

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