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Implementing the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®)

Intland Blog - Wed, 09/09/2015 - 17:00
Date and time: 9 Sep 2015, 4:00 PM (CEST) / 10:00 AM (ET) What you can learn: In order to be able to react to changing requirements, reduce time to market, as well as to overall be able to release quality
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Integrating ALM in Your Development Environment

Intland Blog - Wed, 09/02/2015 - 17:00
Date and time: 2 Sept 2015, 4:00 PM (CEST) / 10:00 AM (ET) What you can learn: Most companies think that switching to a new ALM platform is a painful experience, requiring immense sacrifices of time and effort. Whether you’re planning on
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Integrating Git, Mercurial and SVN into Application Lifecycle Management

Intland Blog - Wed, 08/19/2015 - 17:00
Date and time: 19 Aug 2015, 4:00 PM (CEST) / 10:00 AM (ET) What you can learn: This webinar will allow you to learn more about source code management with ALM. We’re going to talk about Git, Mercurial and Subversion, and
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Medical Device Development: Quality Assurance and Testing

Intland Blog - Wed, 08/12/2015 - 17:00
Date and time: 12 Aug 2015, 4:00 PM (CEST) / 10:00 AM (ET) What you can learn: Adequate quality assurance and testing processes are vital in safety-critical industries such as the medical sector. For medical device developers, enforcing processes and implementing
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Image Validation Enhancements for Reporting

Ranorex.com: Latest News - 5 hours 21 min ago
With Ranorex 5.4, several image validation enhancements have been introduced. You can now log the similarity of two compared images to the report. Additionally, you can log the difference between target and actual presentation in separate image difference maps. The result: image validation made even easier.

Have a look at our brand new blog post " Enhanced Features of Image Validation " for all the details.

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Enhanced Features of Image Validation

Ranorex.com: Latest News - Mon, 08/03/2015 - 13:56

This blog post will show how to use the image validation enhancements for your test automation projects introduced in Ranorex 5.4. As you can read in the news post here, it is now possible to log the similarity as well as the difference image of two compared images.

Image Validation Test Automation

For image validation there are many purposes in test automation. You can for example add a test case to your recurring automated website tests checking whether the correct logo is displayed in the header area.

This example will be used to show how to work with the new feature.

The Initial Situation


For testing purposes we will compare the logo of the Ranorex website with another version of it. To make the situation more tangible, here are the two concrete examples:

This is the correct header logo:

Enhanced_Features-Correct_Logo

And this is another version of the logo:

Enhanced_Features-Wrong_Logo

As you can see, especially the shadings of the Ranorex symbol are different. The goal is to log the exact variance of the images in the report of the test case. Additionally, screenshots with details about the areas which do not resemble should be logged, too.

Setup of the Ranorex Project


The basic structure of the test project is as follows:

Validate Images

In the SETUP part of the test case the browser is opened. To make sure the header image is visible, the EnsureVisible() Invoke Action is called.

In TEARDOWN the browser window used for the comparison is closed.

This is the CheckHeaderImages recording:

Enhanced Features Validation

It consists of one action: A CompareImage Validation.

In the “Screenshot Name” section the screenshot showing the differing image is chosen.

The “Repository Item” links to the repository item to validate. In this case it is the new (correct) header image.

Note: On the Ranorex website the image is actually a link. However, this is not a must-have. Every kind of repository item can be taken because a screenshot of the item is used.

Note: The size of the screenshot and the repository item need to be equal. Otherwise the validation will fail.

Enabling Enhanced Reporting Features


By default, no similarity degree is reported. This can be enabled in the properties pane. A left mouse button click on the validation action or the hot key <F4> opens the properties (by default the properties pane opens on the right-hand side of the window).

Compare Images

To log the exact similarity of the two pictures in the report, the “Report Similarity” option needs to be enabled. Setting it to “Always” means it will be reported for every test run, regardless of the result of the validation.

If the option “Report Difference Images” is enabled, images showing the actual differences in the actual and expected images will be logged. In this particular case it is changed to “OnFail” which means the images will only be reported in case of a failed validation.

Results of the Test Run


As expected, the report generated when running the test case shows a failed module because the compared images are differing.

Let’s analyze the logs step-by-step.

Firstly, there is an error message saying the validation failed. The reason is that the screenshot of the repository item did not match the specified screenshot of the differing header image.

The error message now also contains the exact similarity of the two images (within brackets). A similarity of “1”, meaning 100 percent, is expected, whereas the actual similarity only reached approximately 99.39 percent.

Enhanced_Features-Report1

The next two log entries contain the two images that were compared, as before Ranorex 5.4.

Enhanced_Features-Report2

The new difference images feature can be seen in the final log message.

Enhanced_Features-Report3

The left image shows the difference of both images in binary notation (black-white image): Black means the compared images are exactly the same in that area; a White pixel signals that the compared images differ at that spot.

The right image visualizes the quantitative difference between the compared images. The colors are computed by subtracting the color values of the two images and applying that difference to a grey image. The greater the color difference in the compared images is, the more colored the difference image will be, whereas Grey areas signal no difference at all.

The difference images can show you, where the actual differences are located.

Conclusion


In this blog post you learned how to use some of the more advanced features of the Ranorex Image Validation. The basic concept of the image validation stays the same, but by changing the properties of the action a lot of different logging options can be enabled.

Reporting the similarity of two images can often be useful, e.g. for fine tuning the similarity value within an image validation.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comment section.

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.NET Developers to Know

Our network of .NET developers reaches far and wide with a broad range of interests. We love taking time to get to know more about those helping enrich our community and making it better. Please join us in getting to know two .NET developers making great strides for us all.

Frank Mao

ncover_mvps_frank_maoFrank Mao wrote his first commercial program in the late 90s on Turbo Basic. He doesn’t really care which language he’s using – PHP, Ruby, Python, C#, PowerBuilder, etc. – he just can’t code without testing. And what’s testing without code coverage?

With over 20 years of experience in tech, Frank has spent the majority of his time as a software developer and systems analyst. Currently, he is consulting and freelancing with Mazoic Technologies building iOS and Android mobile apps, with primary focus on geo-location based map apps, barcode scanner business apps, blue tooth communication based apps and other CMS front-end apps.

Read about Frank’s latest projects on his blog or on twitter @_frankMao.

Peter Ravnholt

ncover_mvps_peter_ravnholtTwo decades in the industry has taught Peter Ravnholt that using common methods and practices mixed in with a little flexibility delivers a robust yet simple result. Working primarily on the .NET platform, his contributions have included creating software prototypes, architecting and visualizing new concepts, ideas and products.

As an experienced software architect, developer, and team lead, Peter likes to focus on keeping the customer happy and the team growing. When he’s not coding, you can find Peter listening to and playing music, and searching for the perfect cup of coffee.

Follow Peter’s latest projects on his blog and on twitter @ravnholtp.

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Selenium Chloride

Software Development Tools Directory - Mon, 08/03/2015 - 08:26
Selenium Chloride is an open source wrapper for Selenium Webdriver to make it friendlier to non-developers as well as making it easier to implement the page object pattern. Selenium Chloride works by wrapping existing methods as well as abstracti ...
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HammerDB

Software Development Tools Directory - Mon, 08/03/2015 - 08:22
HammerDB is an open source database load testing and benchmarking tool for Oracle, SQL Server, TimesTen, PostgreSQL, Greenplum, Postgres Plus Advanced Server, MySQL, Redis and Trafodion SQL on Hadoop.
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Oracle Retail’s Merchandising Solutions Bring World-Class Capabilities to Charming Charlie

Oracle Database News - Fri, 07/31/2015 - 23:13
Press Release Oracle Retail’s Merchandising Solutions Bring World-Class Capabilities to Charming Charlie

Redwood Shores Calif—Jul 31, 2015

When consumer demand for the latest trends surges, fashion retailers must move quickly to engage with shoppers and ensure they have the right product mix on the shelves. Women’s contemporary jewelry and accessory retailer Charming Charlie, known for carrying a wide array of accessible fashion accessories merchandised by color, has met widespread consumer demand with aggressive growth and a timely upgrade to Oracle Retail Merchandising solutions that supports both its immediate needs and its international expansion plans.   Opening an average of 55 stores annually, it’s easy to see why growth was stretching the retailer’s previous IT systems.  Founded in 2004, Charming Charlie now has over 350 locations across the U.S., Canada and Dubai. The company debuted a 16,000-square-foot New York City Charming Charlie flagship store in June 2015 and is poised for further domestic and international expansion in the coming months.   Along the way, growth outpaced its IT systems and Charming Charlie launched an initiative that would establish scalable, modern retail operations on new Oracle Retail systems.    “With the complexity of a lot of product SKUs, ongoing store openings, and international expansion, we needed a technology foundation from Oracle Retail that would be able to grow with us,” said John Hnanicek, Chief Information Officer, Charming Charlie.   Over a 13-month period beginning in late 2013, with the help of systems integrator and Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork, OLR, Charming Charlie implemented Oracle Retail Merchandising System, Oracle Retail Trade Management, Oracle Retail Price Management, Oracle Retail Invoice Match, and Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management.  The integrated Oracle Retail systems support best-in-class operations across critical areas such as inventory management, sales forecasting, and pricing/markdown management.   Charming Charlie was already using Oracle E-Business Suite Financials, and the Oracle Retail Merchandising solutions are integrated with this and an array of in-house systems, which increases the speed at which informed decisions can be made.   Charming Charlie Streamlines Merchandising and Pricing   In addition to helping drive both U.S. and international growth, the Oracle Retail solutions provide world-class retailing capabilities. By employing Oracle’s industry best practices on merchandise hierarchy setup and price management, Charming Charlie is gaining operational efficiencies. The Oracle Retail solutions automate and streamline pricing strategy execution, adding the ability to set regional pricing and meet competitive pricing targets, and they simplify key operational processes such as reclass and markdowns.   “By implementing Oracle Retail, Charming Charlie has an operations platform to drive growth and facilitate quick-turn response to new market opportunities,” said Jill Puleri, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Retail. “Oracle is committed to providing retailers with the right mix of solutions, global support and best practices to deliver commerce anywhere and drive profitability.”   Contact Info Greg Lunsford
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Designing and Testing For The Human Factor: It IS Rocket Science

Polarion Software - Fri, 07/31/2015 - 16:03
Can you design and test for the human factor to avoid situations like Jeep and Virgin Galactica?
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Spira Build Server Plugin for MS TFS Released

Inflectra News - Fri, 07/31/2015 - 01:00

We are pleased to announced the release of the Spira Build Server Plugin for the Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) build server. This plugin allows you to integrate the build management features of TFS with Spira. This is in addition to our existing source code plugin for TFS and Visual Studio IDE integration.

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DX Marketing Selects Oracle Cloud as the Foundation for its Data-Driven Marketing Platform

Oracle Database News - Thu, 07/30/2015 - 19:52
Press Release DX Marketing Selects Oracle Cloud as the Foundation for its Data-Driven Marketing Platform Oracle Database Cloud Service and Oracle Marketing Cloud help firm reduce time to market by up to 70 percent

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jul 30, 2015

To build a new environment for its direct marketing solutions in a limited time frame while maximizing ROI for its customers, DX Marketing, one of the country’s most comprehensive data-driven marketing firms, has selected Oracle Database Cloud Service and Oracle Marketing Cloud Service.

Faced with the challenge of identifying valuable consumer data, from hundreds of millions of records, for customer acquisition programs, DX Marketing’s IT department decided to replace its on premises computing platform. For its new solution, DX Marketing sought to reduce risk and infrastructure costs; adopt innovative database features to help improve time-to-market; and scale fluidly in order to meet expanding customer demand. With Oracle Database Cloud Service and Oracle Marketing Cloud Service, DX Marketing has achieved their goals and been able to take advantage of greater performance, security and scalability compared to its previous computing environment.

“We realized that our existing environment was straining our resources and not providing the kind of performance we needed to meet and exceed customer demand,” said Ray Owens, CEO, DX Marketing. “With our Oracle Cloud solution, we have been astounded at how fast and effectively we can get to market and that is a huge differentiator that helps us deliver ROI to our customers. Oracle’s multitenant and advanced analytics capabilities are enabling us to provide breakthrough solutions, and allow us to capitalize on business opportunities that can create new revenue streams. This was not possible with our prior solution.”

DX Marketing was up and running with its Oracle Cloud environment in less than three weeks, compared to the four months the company had expected, by leveraging Oracle’s resources and on-boarding support, which was paramount in DX Marketing selecting Oracle. Oracle Database Cloud Service has enabled the company to decrease time to market for customer campaigns by up to 70 percent through fast, easy database provisioning and pluggable database capabilities. Oracle Marketing Cloud has enabled the unmatched melding of online and offline data and analytics. The Oracle solution also enabled DX Marketing to automate administrative tasks and customize the environment; connect data across its clients’ marketing ecosystems to their individual customers to orchestrate a relevant experience; analyze the performance of their efforts; and implement security policies that align with business best practices.

“In the marketing industry, the sheer amount of data that organizations need to manage and glean insights from can be overwhelming,” said Jerry Gearding, Director of Marketing Analytics,  DX Marketing. “With Oracle Database Cloud Service and Oracle Marketing Cloud Service, DX Marketing was able to take a slower and more constricting environment and quickly and easily move to a modern, agile cloud solution. As a result, DX Marketing now has the high performance, scalability availability and security it needs to respond to ever-increasing data demands and can provide our customers with unparalleled solutions.”

Oracle offers general purpose and high memory compute shapes to provide the full power of the Oracle Database in the cloud for any type of application. Oracle Database Cloud is part of the Oracle Cloud Platform, a comprehensive, integrated suite of services that make it easier for developers, IT professionals, and business users to build, extend and integrate cloud applications.

  Contact Info Teri Whitaker
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teri.whitaker@oracle.com Drew Smith
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Oracle offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications and platform services. For more information about Oracle (NYSE:ORCL), visit www.oracle.com.

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Oracle Gets Docker in the Zone with Oracle Solaris

Oracle Database News - Thu, 07/30/2015 - 16:45
Press Release Oracle Gets Docker in the Zone with Oracle Solaris Oracle to Integrate Docker Into Oracle Solaris Zones and Provide an Enterprise Class DevOps Solution

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jul 30, 2015

Oracle is making significant moves to drive Oracle Solaris into cloud environments. After including a full distribution of OpenStack in Oracle Solaris 11.2 last year, the company today announced plans to integrate Docker into Oracle Solaris. The integration will allow enterprise customers to use the Docker open platform to easily distribute applications built and deployed in Oracle Solaris Zones, Oracle Solaris’ built-in virtualization technology. Oracle also plans to make software including Oracle WebLogic Server available for development and testing as Docker images.

Solaris pioneered container technology more than 10 years ago as Solaris Containers. Now known as Oracle Solaris Zones, a majority of Oracle Solaris customers use the technology for its industry-leading scalability and efficiency, as well as comprehensive resource and security isolation, which is critical for enterprise class environments. Oracle Solaris Zones are also widely recognized as license boundaries for most enterprise applications, allowing customers to significantly lower costs.

“Oracle Solaris Zones make moving to hybrid cloud environments secure and simple with no virtualization overhead or expense,” said Markus Flierl, vice president, Oracle Solaris Core Technology. “Today’s announcement really gives developers the best of both worlds – access to Oracle Solaris’ enterprise class security, resource isolation and superior analytics with the ability to easily create containers in dev/test, production and cloud environments. Integrating Docker into Oracle Solaris will make that even easier and will help customers benefit from highly integrated compute on premises and in the cloud.”

“Docker welcomes Oracle Solaris to the Docker community. Integrating Docker with Oracle Solaris Zones will bring a mature and proven container technology to Docker environments running in enterprise class clouds,” said Nick Stinemates, vice president of Business Development & Technical Alliances for Docker.

“As enterprises have increasingly adopted cloud technologies over the last few years, collaboration between development and operations has become a business imperative,” said  Laurent Lachal, Senior Analyst, Infrastructure Solutions, Ovum.  “Oracle’s move to integrate Docker into Oracle Solaris is a win-win proposition. Cloud developers can take advantage of Oracle Solaris’ full OpenStack distribution, built-in security capabilities and easily migrate workloads across a broader choice of platforms.”

Oracle also recently released the beta for Oracle Solaris 11.3, which includes several new Oracle Solaris Zones features such as secure live migration, live reconfiguration and verified boot for Oracle Solaris Kernel Zones.  Download the Oracle Solaris 11.3 beta from Oracle Technology Network.

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Disclaimer The preceding is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle Corporation.   Talk to a Press Contact

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National Pen Drives International Expansion with Oracle

Oracle Database News - Thu, 07/30/2015 - 13:00
Press Release National Pen Drives International Expansion with Oracle Personalization, targeted content and analytics help National Pen fuel 20 percent annual growth online

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jul 30, 2015

Personalization is built into the DNA of direct marketer National Pen, which supplies 1.2 million small business customers worldwide with customized, branded products. National Pen is using Oracle solutions to serve a growing community of international customers, enabling companies of all sizes to customize consumer and business-to-business (B2B) marketing campaigns.

“Oracle solutions have been critical to the company’s rapid expansion,” said Dave Thompson, chief executive officer and president, National Pen. “Oracle Commerce and Oracle Marketing Cloud are the cornerstones of our workflow throughout the organization and have enabled us to achieve true e-commerce excellence as a business.”

National Pen first implemented the Oracle Commerce solution in 2011 to support its strategy of extending its business offering and market reach with a world-class e-commerce channel.

National Pen has grown its e-commerce business 20 percent year over year, accompanied by a strong bottom line, since launching its e-commerce business using Oracle Commerce solutions. The company has continued to upgrade its Oracle Commerce platform to help drive international growth and steadily expand its product and service offerings online.

The result is a lot of net new business. National Pen’s e-commerce customers’ average order sizes are 20 percent larger than direct mail orders and retention rates are higher. In addition, 65 percent of these online buyers are outside the company’s typical profile of direct mail customers, fostering a new customer growth rate at National Pen that the company expects will significantly increase business this year.  

“We’re a global business that acts in a very localized manner, no matter where the customer may be,” said Thompson. “We’ll create nearly 400,000 new customers this year alone.”

Oracle Commerce, used by a team of e-commerce experts at the company’s San Diego headquarters, has also improved National Pen’s speed to market. Launching a site that specifically targets accountants, for example, now takes just weeks instead of a few months.

In addition, National Pen can apply personalization and business logic to dynamically populate e-mail templates across the company’s 1.2 million-strong customer database. Using Oracle Marketing Cloud, National Pen can display different content based on whether the user is an attorney, an electrician, or a pizza restaurant.

Oracle Commerce solutions also provide National Pen with insight into the comparative effectiveness of its variable marketing spend. By increasing content relevance, National Pen is achieving a higher ROI by creating a more compelling landing page when a visitor arrives.

“National Pen started early with an Oracle Commerce platform that grew with the business and is serving them well in international markets,” said Jill Puleri, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Retail. “Oracle continues to invest in sophisticated and user-friendly tools for localizing and personalizing the customer experience, while backing these solutions with extreme performance and scalability.”

In addition to its Oracle Commerce deployment, National Pen uses Oracle Marketing Cloud to personalize email outreach to customers and prospects. Since moving to the Oracle cloud solution, the company estimates it has more than tripled its “open rates” through automated emails, which helps increase revenues. The company also relies on Oracle E-Business Suite for its enterprise operations. 

“Oracle literally runs the entire business, including financials, inventory, manufacturing, and reporting,” said Thompson.

  Contact Info Greg Lunsford
Oracle
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greg.lunsford@oracle.com Mary Ellen Amodeo
Amodeo and Associates
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meamodeo@gmail.com About Oracle

Oracle offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications and platform services. For more information about Oracle (NYSE:ORCL), visit www.oracle.com.

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Progress to Present at Needham Interconnect Conference

Progress Software News - Wed, 07/29/2015 - 20:03
Progress to Present at Needham Interconnect Conference
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For Your Radar: Unified ALM for Product Line Engineering (Webinar- August 6)

Polarion Software - Wed, 07/29/2015 - 16:55
This entry is part 1 of 8 in the series For Your RadarWHO: David Merrill, Systems Engineer at Polarion WHAT:  Automotive IQ Webinar “The Unified ALM for Product Line Engineering”  (free) WHEN: Thursday, August 6, 2015, at 2:00 p.m. EST Sign up now This webinar will feature a Live Demonstration of a Vehicle Model, System and Component Subsystem Development […]
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Perfecto Mobile Makes Appium Enterprise-Grade with New Extension

Software Development Tools Directory - Wed, 07/29/2015 - 16:52
Perfecto Mobile announced an extension of its Continuous Quality Lab to Appium, an open-source framework for automating native, hybrid and web mobile applications on iOS and Android platforms. This new extension, Perfecto Mobile for Appium, will ...
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Synopsys Releases Latest Version of Coverity Software Testing Platform

Software Development Tools Directory - Wed, 07/29/2015 - 16:36
Synopsys has announced the latest release of the Coverity Software Testing Platform, the company's integrated suite of testing solutions that enables organizations to find and fix critical quality and security issues earlier in the software d ...
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