Selenium Testing in ServiceNow – A Journey Part 11

So hopefully by now, you’ve set up your environment, understand how Selenium interacts with ServiceNow forms, wrote your first test (or more), understand some common pitfalls that you may face during testing, have seen how to handle approvals,  can impersonate a user, and use double clicks on the page, examined testing CMDB forms, looked at the almighty right-click action,  and have an idea of how to integrate Selenium tests with Jenkins.  Today we’re going to look at automating list collectors in Service Catalog tests, as well as some other information about list collectors.

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Knowledge 15 – What I’m Looking Forward To Doing

So, for those who aren’t ServiceNow people, the Knowledge conference is an annual get-together for anyone who has an involvement with ServiceNow from the CIO level, to HR/Legal/Finance users, service desk personnel, process owners, project managers, analysts, and of course, developers.  The schedule is filled with breakout sessions, labs, and networking events specific to the platform.  This year, I’m fortunate enough to be able to attend, along with my team.
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ServiceNow Tips and Tricks – Proposed Changes

One of the features within ServiceNow is the “Propose Change” feature, which allows users to modify fields on the CI form, and, starting in the Fuji release, add or delete a relationship to a CI.  The obvious benefit of this is to remove CI changes from requests while tracking them and their approvals in some way.  I’m still on Dublin, so today we’ll look at making Proposed Change work a little better (IMHO, of course).

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What I Like About IT – Part 1

The other day, my boss asked me why I went back to school.  I thought for a moment, then answered.  In my last career, I hit a stumbling block where I asked for guidance in a particular situation, and guidance was denied*.  That moment served as a sort of “wake-up call” for me.  I didn’t hate the grocery industry at all — in fact, I enjoyed many aspects of working in the grocery industry and many of the people I worked with.  But hearing “you need to figure that out for yourself” triggered a different response in me.  Instead of figuring out grocery management, I figured out what I wanted to really do with my life and career.  That was in late-2008/early-2009.

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Selenium Testing in ServiceNow – A Journey Part 10

So hopefully by now, you’ve set up your environment, understand how Selenium interacts with ServiceNow forms, wrote your first test (or more), understand some common pitfalls that you may face during testing, have seen how to handle approvals,  can impersonate a user, and use double clicks on the page, examined testing CMDB forms and looked at the almighty right-click action.  Today, we’re going to take a look at integrating our Selenium tests with Jenkins.

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Selenium Testing in ServiceNow – A Journey Part 9

So hopefully by now, you’ve set up your environment, understand how Selenium interacts with ServiceNow forms, wrote your first test (or more), understand some common pitfalls that you may face during testing, have seen how to handle approvals,  can impersonate a user, and use double clicks on the page, and examined testing CMDB forms.  Today we’ll take a look at the almighty right-click action.

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