Here’s a simple Excel spreadsheet of US States and their abbreviations. I don’t know how many times I’ve recreated this blooming thing. But no more. See full post for download.
This is the 2nd part of this 3 part video series on hosting a plugin on WordPress.org. There are 3 easy steps to accomplish this, but you need to do them all and you have to do them in order. So if you haven’t already gotten your WordPress Subversion repository in an email, take a […]
Before I get into what a great affair the inaugural meeting of the Worksoft Users Group was, let me say a word on User Groups in general. Anyone in IT who works with complex software (and isn’t it all complex these days?) knows by now what an incredible resource a good Users Group can be. […]
One of the challenges with automated testing is building your test scripts or processes at the right level of granularity to allow for reusing them over and over in different scenarios. The Worksoft Certify automated testing tool is built around the idea of object oriented test scripts and reuseability. The ideal test script can be […]
Looking for the holy grail in testing SAP? I am. We’ve got an upgrade from 4.6C to ERP 6 looming on the horizon, and a little testing magic would go a long ways. Wouldn’t it be cool to say, “Replicator, one sales order, 20 line items.” And…presto! “Replicator, pick and delivery on last Sales Order.” […]
If you use Worksoft Certify for automated testing and have upgraded to at least version 8.1, there is a useful training video on the Process and Data editor. It’s a bit hard to find, so here’s how you find it: Open and login to Certify On the top toolbar, select Help / Contents In the […]