This article explains login screen test cases for Amazon. You may notice that there are some of the tester interviews where the test cases are asked for the Amazon’s login flow. In past the Amazon login was simple. And single page had option for both adding the username and password. Recently Amazon changed the login functionality to username on front side. And after adding the username, system checks for the database validation. And then asks for the password.
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So let’s take a look at some of the test cases for the Amazon login boxes.
We’ll consider the login test cases in positive and negative test scenarios.
Amazon Login Scenario
When you already login to the Amazon and revisit the website. It will show you special box that shows you are already identified. And it requires you to enter password to next page. And for that flow, it only shows sign in box as shown below.
If the user has not logged in before then it shows you username and the password through the flow. It takes username at first and then password is added on the next part.
Positive Test Cases
- Enter Valid Username.
- Enter Valid Password.
- Click on “Forgot Password” Link and find out forgot password page.
- Click on Create new account button and verify if it takes to new account page.
- Select “Keep me signed in” option to retain login session.
Negative Test Cases
- Enter invalid username and valid password.
- Enter valid username and invalid password.
- Enter invalid username and password.
- Keep one field blank either username or password and check login.
You can read additional login test cases.
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Once you go through these scenarios, you need to come up with automation specific scenarios. For example if you are trying to use the Selenium IDE or the Katalon Studio then you can design scenarios specific to that.
I hope you have found value in this information. Feel free to let me know if you need more information or have any suggestions.