[Webtest] Webtest and jUnit
Fri, 24 Oct 2003 13:00:59 +0200
thanks for the hint of jWebUnit - looks very interesting.
There was another tool out there but I can't remember its name - it
was a capture & replay tool creating JPhyton Scripts. It was
mentioned somewhere in the mailing list but I don't find it at the
On 23 Oct 2003 at 17:53, Evan Hughes wrote:
> Howdy Siegfried,
> On Thu, Oct 23, 2003 at 07:40:56PM +0200, Siegfried G?schl wrote: ...
> > +) AFAIK it is tied to ANT but you need some scripting anyway to >
> setup a test environment, provide initialization, and so on. You can >
> also wrap the ANT process into a JUNIT test.
> I'm probably going to go with faking an Ant environment:
> > +) At Together Teaml?sungen we evaluates HTTPUnit and Canoo WebTest
> > and Canoo WebTest won. Not because you have the flexibility to do
> > anything you want but refactoring HTTPUnit test cases plus providing
> > extensive reporting would reinvent the Canoo WebTest wheel. And I
> > nearly forgot to mention that a lot of Canoo WebTests were already
> > running and generating reports when the other guy was still
> > pondering over the problems to solve with HTTPUnit ... :-)
> I'm looking at using jWebUnit. It appears to provide a programmatic
> access to HttpUnit which is quite similar to webtest's functionality.
> I'd like to keep the option of using java directly so that I can
> modify external data and then perform tests.
> > +) Here my answer get biased since I dropped ANT long ago and
> > switched to MAVEN since MAVEN gives you a lot of tools you need for
> > doing a "Clean Build and Smoke Test"
> We're testing a php application. I'm trying to follow the shortest
> line between "no regression tests" and "full test suite". =)
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