Read all about how to configure your test environment specific data in property files with Spring, to help run your automated TestNG and JUnit tests on any test environment you need: https://blog.testproject.io/2021/02/09/using-spring-to-switch-environments-in-automated-tests/. Enjoy.
In case you haven’t already, read the article i wrote for QALead on how i prepare and test for releases: https://theqalead.com/topics/release-management-how-i-prepare-and-test-for-my-releases/. Enjoy.
This year, at several conferences, i did a talk on troubleshooting tips and techniques. One slide in particular seemed to be very much of interest for the attendees, so i decided to elaborate on it with a blog post. In the talk, i was describing what to try to look for when an undesired behavior… Read More
Automated tests. They are there, and they need to be run. On a test environment. By you. You wrote them in a way that they should be reliable, when the features under test work as designed. But each day you run the same tests on the same test environment, and they fail. Not because the… Read More