Suppose you have Drupal website where user can purchase product through online. The site allows two types of users such as Registered user and guest user.The site consist of Checkout Process so that customer can enter address details, card details in order to reach the product by hand. Some of the test case against Checkout Page is given below:-
Suppose you have Drupal website where user can purchase ticket through online ticket platform. It allows two types of users such as Registered user and guest user. System will automatically create an account for guest user using email address. Registered users have the permission to manage personal profile.
The first apparent analyse situation is to analyse if your program is writing cookies effectively on disk. You can use the Cookie Tester application also if you do not have any web program to test but you want to comprehend the cookie idea for testing.
Now a days, website handles important functionalities like online transactions (payments, data transfer) etc. Therefore the security of the websites should be ensured or security testing should be carried out before taking the website to live. Security testing is a testing method in which we ensure that the confidential datas of a website are accessible only to the intended people and not to others. In this article, I have included a brief note on how to test Secure Pages module on a Drupal site.
Suppose you are testing a product selling website and the site has affiliate links for products. From a tester point of view here I am explaining the cases to be considered while testing affiliate links. Before going to the cases, here I give a general idea about Affiliate links. Affiliate links means they are external links from a site that leads to services, merchants or vendors and it is mainly used for generating revenues for a site based on the clicks. Commonly seen Affiliate links are Ads displayed on a site and when a user clicks the ads the site gets revenue. Suppose your Drupal site displays a product say "books" and links to merchant sites like Amazon or eBay are displayed as affiliated links for that product. When user clicks on 'Amazon or eBay' links, it will be redirected to their corresponding merchant site and user can buy the product from that site. So when a user purchases a product using this affiliate link, our site will gets revenue from merchant sites.
Slideshow is one of the common functionality you would find in the homepage of websites. It is nothing but the slides with text/pictures used to give an idea of the website. It can be used to summarize the various aspects of the company into a compact and user-friendly slider. Slideshows can be of different designs. Some of the websites use buttons to highlight the navigation of the slides while others use numbers, thumbnail images and so on. Here I have included an image, in which numbering is used for highlighting slider navigation.
Nodequeue is a module in Drupal which allows users to enlist, remove, arrange and display a queue of nodes. It has a drag-and-drop interface which facilitates the manual re-ordering of the queue. Even without the edit permissions to nodes, users are allowed to add and remove nodes from the queue. This module is usually used on sites which have features that allow users to manually control the order of display of nodes.
We all are familiar with the drop-downs on website. It is used to list a series of items under a box/menu. Suppose we have a page which lists apparels. And in apparels we have categories like shirts, t-shirts, trousers etc. We can sort these categories with the help of a drop-down (select tool). The working of drop-down is in such a way that, by default the drop-down will list only one item. When user clicks the down arrow which is displayed near to the menu, the drop-down will be dropped down and will list all the choices below. The drop-down may have pretty large list of items. So in order to select the down most items, there will option for users to scroll down. These are the primary things about a drop-down. Now lets see the test cases for testing the drop-down.
Suppose your Drupal website has the facility to allow user to register in your site. In most of the cases User's e-mail address and username will be unique. In this article will be explaining the cases to be noted for the user registration process.
We often have to edit all the values in an enitre column of the spreadsheet we are working on. This can be very difficult and time consuming. Suppose you are working in OpenOffice Calc and your requirement is to convert the name of an employee in three cases. Convert all letters to upper-case. Convert all letters to lower case. Capitalise first character of each word.
Importing and exporting files are common features we come across in software development. In one of my projects, I had to import large sized files which needed to be exported as well. Since normal process of importing and exporting files may cause problems when there is a network connectivity issue, we opted for Drupal's Batch API process to do this functionalities. Following are the client requirements:
A test case is a step by step procedure to test the functionality and design of a software. Test cases are prepared after reviewing the documents required for developing the software. All the requirements should be thoroughly and comprehensively studied before designing the test cases. A good test case should include all the requirements and cover the complete functionality of the software. The software will be tested by executing the prepared test cases.
Navigation Menu bar are intended for helping users navigate through important pages of the website. The navigation menu bar can be customized in different ways. Mega menu is one such customized menu bar, which has got high usability factors compared to traditional navigation menu bars. The main advantage of mega menu is that user can view all options in one area, without scrolling down the content. The user can access the mega menu with just a click or mouse hover thereby saving his/her time.
Test cases and Test Scenario are the documents used by the testers to ensure that the application meets the customer requirements. These are the most important documents that the testers prepare prior to testing. Even though the core objective of the documents is the same, there is a difference in their representation. Read on to know more.
Suppose your drupal projects contains products to sell. And you can use coupon code while purchasing products. For using coupon code in your druapl site, Ubercart Coupon code module may be installed. Please check the below cases which contains the test cases of checking coupon code functionality.
Suppose you have to take the print out of a web page while working in a project.Some times the whole content in the page will not be printed as the contents at the end of the margin are cut off or the images are not displayed properly. Alignment issues and padding issues may also appear in print pages.So the user should be careful while taking the print out of a web page.
Suppose your Drupal project handles products which can be purchased through online and you are using Ubercart 'taxes' module to handle tax rates which are applicable to your product. Also Admin has the permission to add tax rates and conditions. And a registered user can buy the product. Here I am going to explain some of the test cases which you have to execute while testing this functionality. The cases you have to test are:
Sandwich testing is a type of testing that consist of two parts,they are Top-down approach and Bottom-up approach.It combines the advantages of both Bottom-up testing and Top-down testing at a time.Bottom-up testing starts from middle layer and goes upward to the top layer where as Top-down testing starts from middle layer and goes downward. Big-bang approach is followed for the middle layer. From this layer bottom-up approach goes upwards and top-down approach goes downwards.
Suppose you are testing a drupal website which sells random products. One of the cases you will have to consider is the e-mail invoice which the purchaser recieves after the purchase. In this article, I am going to share the test cases that you have to consider while testing the order verification mail. The cases are:
The performance of a site should be tested in order to ensure how fast and reliable a site is. In this article I will be covering the steps to be followed for carrying out some of these performance tests. The topics being 'testing the GZipped Content Delivery', 'Whether FTP is enabled on Server', 'MySQL Remote Access on Server' and 'Password Based SSH Access on Server'. Drupal Performance Test - GZipped Content Delivery In order to check the gzipped content delivery,