how to test the content accuracy published?
We are creating an application where a person will enter some content from a word document (normally 2000 - 3000 words) and that content will be published on a website. There are around 200 pages like that and we need to test the same. Is there any way to compare the content of the page on a site with actual data in a word document? If it is manual then what is the best practice to regress the same?
Content can be taken as rich-text in notepad or wordpad. So comparison can be from anyone.
Re: how to test the content accuracy published?
Lots of test automation tools could
- enter data into notepad or wordpad
- click some "Publish" button, or otherwise cause the content to be published
- check pages in a website
- compare the text on the pages to the original text
Explore some of the tools mentioned here at SQAForums, and those advertised here as well.
Many of them may meet your needs.
Of course, you could also do this manually.
re: "Best practice to regress"?
I'm not sure what you are looking for here.
You create a test plan, then execute it (in this case, manually).
A good practice is to actually write a good plan, then faithfully execute it whenever regression testing is needed.