Archive for October, 2017

  • Synchronized batch execution of Squish

    By on October 24, 2017

    Squish test execution involves multiple processes which may even run on different machines. Ensuring that all parts are up and running before actual test execution can be challenging sometimes. The following shows a little trick how automated setups can wait for a local or remote squishserver to become available...

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  • Coco Tip: Manual testing on a remote system with Coco

    By on October 17, 2017

    In many cases the application to test is not physically located on the tester’s desktop, which requires that the generated application data, such as code coverage information, gets transferred from the target to a host system. This can be realized in different ways: By a manual transfer through a...

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  • Using command line tools for image comparisons

    By on October 10, 2017

    Introduction Squish supports several image comparison methods: pixel strict, pixel fuzzy, histogram and correlation comparison. All of them are used in so called image verification points (Screenshot Verification Point dialog). You can create these verifications during test recording and later on modify them in the Squish IDE. For lots...

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  • Parallel execution in Squish

    By on October 2, 2017

    With the help of virtual machines one can perform parallel executions in Squish as a time saving strategy. As an application grows, it’s features increase and so do the number of testcases in the corresponding testuite. A testsuite containing a large number of testcases becomes a problem. It takes...

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