We’re Doing It Wrong On Purpose

One of the basic things you need to do in QA is do things your Web application wants you to do wrong.  For example, take a list of controls and enter data in them in the wrong order.  If the application is Spocklogical, that is, only half logic, it will behave like the Autoconnectionz make and model selector when you select the model before selecting the make:

 OLE y arriba!
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If you select a model, such as a Malibu, and then select the make of Mazda, it craps out because the two don’t match and the application cannot handle it.

Because nobody but QA or Isarian would try that.  But I understand he’s testing a lot of software these days.

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