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    diploma thesis - testing websites

    Hello!
    Currently I'm writing my diploma thesis. The subject is about developing a test process for a content management system which is based on Typo3.
    I subdivided the test process into these parts:
    <ul type="square">[*]functional testing[*]performance testing [*]security testing[*]integration testing[*]unit testing[/list]
    I actually focus my attention on functional testing.
    A further part is the realization of test automation with the tool "QA Wizard"

    I noticed that there is a lot of "Software Testing" literature available, but only sources dealing especially "Web Testing" (ore something similar).

    I think it could be interesting for the community and for me, to post my findings, assertions, statements and so on. Isn't it?

    I suggest that I create a thread for each part (e.g. diploma thesis - functional testing) for differentiating the posts.

    What do you think?
    An ape's ape, a varlet's a varlet though they be clad in silk or scarlet.

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    Re: diploma thesis - testing websites

    If you don't mind some experts potentially poking holes into it or questioning your assertions, it could be quite interesting and possibly spark some meaningful debate.

    - Linda

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    Re: diploma thesis - testing websites

    I started a new thread which deals with my diploma thesis - functional testing .

    I'll present my findings, statements there and post my questions concerning functional testing of web sites.

    @Linda:
    No I never mind the experts [img]/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img] . It's rather my intention that it is not enough to read theoretical literature about it. This is a good chance, getting the experts practical experience.
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