Jan
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comment How do I export test cases from HP Sprinter as XML import to HP UFT?
Thanks Gaurav. I'm not familiar with either Sprinter or UFT, so you may get asked for further information by others, but the edits you've made make it clear what you've tried so far.
Jan
20
reviewed Leave Closed How do I export test cases from HP Sprinter as XML import to HP UFT?
Jan
20
comment How do I export test cases from HP Sprinter as XML import to HP UFT?
Hi Gaurav - if the contents of the link are essential to your question (and I think they are, as they're the steps you've tried so far), could you summarise them in your question instead of just giving the link? Otherwise, as soon as that link decays, this question becomes useless to users of SQA.
Jan
9
answered How Can a Tester Increase his Observation Skills?
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Play current test case button stops working after custom function called
Jan
9
reviewed Reviewed How should you interview for QA positions?
Jan
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on New to code reviews. How to approach from a software test engineer perspective?
Jan
9
reviewed Close How difficult is selenium and test-automation in general?
Jan
7
comment What are our standards about Selenium questions?
I think your list gives a good starter - "How do dropdowns work?" would be a good question to start with - there are dozens of questions on dropdowns, so a good solid question and answer would be a good resource.
Dec
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reviewed Close When should we mark a Test case as "No Apply"?
Dec
29
comment What are our standards about Selenium questions?
I actually like both of your suggestions, but I'm voting for this as historically, I don't see a lot of downvoting happening in SQA, and it needs a critical mass in order for it to work. But this could work with just a handful of people willing to create good canonical questions and mark up duplicates. It also creates useful content for the site - win-win to my mind.
Dec
29
comment What are our standards about Selenium questions?
It's entirely possible for us to decide that we don't want "You could google for this in 3 seconds" questions. And improving bad questions and/or voting to close them is something that the SQA community can do to improve the quality of what we see on SQA.
Dec
3
awarded Famous Question
Nov
30
awarded Yearling
Nov
30
awarded Yearling
Nov
26
answered Hats hats hats! Winter Bash 2014
Nov
26
reviewed RejectAndEdit suggested edit on How do I view the SummaryReport after running JMeter script via command prompt?
Nov
26
revised How do I view the SummaryReport after running JMeter script via command prompt?
Reworded title to clarify problem, added formatting for output, some grammar and spelling corrections.
Nov
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Couting browser windows opened by Selenium
Nov
26
comment Future in Manual Testing?
Hi Helping Hands, welcome to SQA! This is not really a question that is a good fit for the format here, although interesting - because it doesn't really have an answer, just a lot of opinions. It's honestly a question that the whole industry has been discussing for years without any real conclusion - so I'm going to put this on hold.
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