Module 1: Getting Started with Java and Maven Environment setup - Software Testing

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Apr 15, 2020

Module 1: Getting Started with Java and Maven Environment setup

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Testing is lot more than Banging Keys.  I have always felt a bit perplexed trying to explain what I do for a living. 

“Everything is Tested… few things are Tested well”

BUGS are eating the world... and we are the Saviors ;) Sound's funny... Isn't it?

Today, all you need to do is simply Install a few things on our systems before we gear up for tomorrow's Hardcore exercises:

Environment setup
Install Java  7+
Download and install JDK 1.7 or higher version on your machine.
Download link: JDK 8

Set environment variables:

  • Add Java "bin" folder path to System and Environment variables(Example below)
  • Check JAVA version by running command "java -version"
Download and extract latest version of Maven archive on your machine.
Download link: Apache Maven

Assume that you unzip to this folder – C:\Program Files\Apache\maven

Add following PATHs in both System and Environment variables:

C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_241\bin (Java Path)
C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_241\bin (JRE Path)
C:\apache-maven-3.6.3\bin (Maven Path)

Also, we need to install the Eclipse Editor for coding. It can be downloaded easily from:

Just to confirm, open Command Prompt and hit two commands "mvn -v" and "java -version" to make sure PATH is set correctly:

That's it. let's meet tomorrow in order to Setup & Initialize Automation Framework. Happy Testing :)

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