I'm new to this site and I welcome any and all advice on the following: I going to a 2nd interview this week for a QA position that deals specifically with E-Commerce and testing of their "shopping cart" functionality. If anyone can summarize what they think the key components in this type of testing I would greatly appreciate it.
Hi roy i can give you some examples
1.In the home page it should display "view cart" option while click on this button the page should point to shopping cart page.
2.The product name in shopping cart should be clickble and it should display that product details page.
3.The shopping cart should display the product image.while click on this image it should magnify the product image.
4.It should display the quantity.and it should be editable.
5. It should consist of three main buttons.
a.Keep shopping.:It should point to homepage.To add a product in to the cart
b.Update cart:It should update the total prise
c.Checkout now.:while click on this button. the page is moving for further process where user entering his login details and credit card details.for purchasing.
6.After completing all the process(purchasing the product) the cart should be empty.
7.It should display "remove" option under the product name in the shopping cart page to remove the product from the cart.
Hi, i think this is the basic things to test in the shopping cart. in some shopping carts there are many features it depends on the type of the project.
1.In some shopping carts it is displaying the volume discount option. in such conditions we have to check that the system is caliculating the discount amount properly?
2.In some shopping carts on the top it is displaying the no of total products in the cart(In words).
It is different from project to project but those issue are minimum to test in the shopping cart.
HI, i am also newly joined as QA engineer i am looking some more functionalitys to test the shopping cart.
Thank you very much. This was exactly the kind of response I was hoping for. I think I knew most of these but, having not tested this type of functionality before, it was really great to hear your feedback.