Dialog Box Test Cases & Test Case For Dialog Box: In this article, we discuss test cases for Dialog Box. Basically, we are going to check both functional and nonfunctional scenarios under which we are going to test the dialog box. You can take the below context of the test cases for the interview or for your work.
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But you may have to adjust accordingly considering the ones I have presented below are more generic and context-specific test scenarios.
What is a dialog box?
Dialog boxes are like popup notifications. They have a specific purpose which is often short-term. Let’s say you have a choice for the form and wish to notify the user before using the same. In such a case, you can make use of the dialog box and let the user make the choice. Also, you can use the same for letting the user decide if the choice made by them is reasonable. So basically dialog boxes are used in such scenarios.
Note: I assume that you have an application under test in which you have access to the dialog box. If not, just download the Visual Studio community edition. And then create one sample WinFormapplication and add the dialog box component on that form. When you execute this application, you have to fire up the event through the button or some other way and invoke the dialog box. So I assume you have done at least this process on your own before you can assume the test scenarios for the dialog box.
Take a look at the Dialog box image shown below.
Test Case For Dialog Box
Let’s assume the test scenarios and cases for the dialog box, which may be a web dialog box or maybe a window dialog box. As you can see the dialog box shown here is from the Notepad functionality here the dialog box is promoting the user to take action so let’s consider that scenario and form some test cases based on this test scenario.
Here are some of the test cases for the dialog box:
- Check the type of dialog box.
- Check the box is resized itself.
- Check the design and size of the dialog box are as per the requirements size, shape, and color in the document?
- Check the text of the dialog box typo is as per the requirements.
- Check the dialog box is appearing after performing any specific events?
- Check the dialog box is appearing o perform some event on a specific location or specific instance.
- Check the box is displaying in the expected location or not.
- Check the message or information is showing as per the requirement.
- Check the dialog box is displaying the expected buttons (Save, Don’t save, cancel, etc.) or not.
- Check the buttons are working as expected or not. For example on click of the cancel button, the dialog box should be closed.
- Check on clicking of the button in the dialog box it redirects to the expected page.
- Check the dialog box is showing or not on click outside of the dialog box.
- Check the box is showing in the same place for all the browsers.
- Check the dialog box have any localization context?
- Check the dialog box have any options for input parameters.
- Check the dialog box lock the user into taking action only specific to the dialog box while working with the application?
- Check is the system tray or taskbar background operation while the user works on the dialog box?
- Check the dialog box to get higher priority on windows over other applications?
- Check is the dialog box is lagging or not, if there are somany applications are running in the background.
- Check the box is working in all browsers.
- Check the boxes is working in all operating system.
- Check is the box content is m to the users.
These are some of the test cases I can think of right off the bat. Though there are many other scenarios, you can think of and consider working if you have any specific dialog box related to, for example, a desktop or a web-based application. Do let me know if you have any particular test cases missed by me. You may also want to try out other dialog boxes that can help you test out your scenario or the scenario your interviewer asked.
I hope you find these test cases useful. If you have any other test cases and suggestions in mind, please feel free to suggest the comments. I’d appreciate it if you share the post on social media.