"I can think of 3 tools which can be useful in accomplishing your test:
SoapUI - probably the industry standard for APIs testing
Postman - more lightweight solution with limited functionality.
Apache JMeter - probably the easiest to…"
"ASP.NET Viewstate is a client-level state management implementation which tracks user state, it results in a dynamic parameter which travels back and forth from server to the client and vice versa.
If it prevents you from recording a…"
"First you will need to convert .ppk to .pem file using PuttyGen or putty-tools
Second you will need to make a .jks (or .p12) file from .pem file using OpenSSL and keytool
And finally you should be able to use the generated .jks (or…"
"There are too many possible options, mostly depending on what is your environment and technologies stack, build tool, Selenium client language, etc.
For Python you can check out How to Automate Testing Using Selenium WebDriver, Jenkins and…"
"Selenium automatically should wait for page load to complete, however it is applicable for <a href="https://www.w3schools.com/js/js_htmldom.asp">DOM</a> only. So you can just "wait" for the web element which…"
"Normally the process looks like:
Perform the test scenario(s) you would like to cover in browser and record it using JMeter's HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder
Perform correlation using JMeter's Post-Processors if required.…"
"Automation test tools are "domain-agnostic" so you can use/re-use the same toolchain as for banking, e-commerce, CMS, CRM, etc. domains.
If you still need more details, being huge open-source software fan I can outline the…"
"My expectation is that you need to focus on web applications testing primarily from end-user perspective. You need to do separate database testing only if you did Load Testing of your application and identified database to be the…"
"HTTP Status code 400 means Bad Request, most likely you sent something syntactically incorrect.
Make sure you have HTTP Header Manager configured to send the relevant Content-Type header
Make sure there are no…"