[Webtest] other web testing tools
Thu, 8 Apr 2004 15:31:59 -0500
We have noticed that activity is low on their mailing lists too...if it
makes you feel better though, one of our product teams (that loves Java)
has been using this tool for almost a year now and have written full
suites of regression/acceptance tests. They encountered some issues in
the beginning and all were resolved...apparently for them it has worked
like a charm ever since. Might be worth looking into.
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I have considered this tool, I've been a little hesitent to try it
because there's not much activity on the mailing lists, so I worry that
if I run into problems, it'll be hard to get help. On the plus side,
it's definitely programmer-friendly. =20
> You may also take a look at enterprise web test... it's good for=20
> testers who like to work with Java, Junit, and the actual browser. =20
> Your tests are written in Java within junit. Enterprise web test just
> provides an simple Java API to the Internet Explorer browser, which=20
> allows you to write tests against the actual UI (which means full
> It's really easy to use within IDEs like IntelliJ and Eclipse, just=20
> right click the junit test and say run...the browser pops up and your=20
> tests are executed...can't get any simpler than that.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Jeannie Graham
> Sent: Thursday, April 08, 2004 11:44 AM
> To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
> Subject: [Webtest] other web testing tools
> Hello out there,
> I hope you Canoo guys don't take offense to this question,
> think Canoo is great, but it doesn't seem to be matching my needs. I
> to Google and searched for webtesting tools and was completely=20
> so I figured I might broach the subject here: =20
> Can anyone enlighten me on other webtesting tools they have used and=20
> your opinion on them?
> I was hired to create Canoo scripts, but I don't think the IS managers
> realized the intricacies and constraints of Canoo and I have an audit=20
> tomorrow and along with my excuses on why I haven't met project=20
> deadlines I would really like to offer up another solution.
> So it looks like my canoo is filling with water, ready to sink. Does
> anyone have a bucket?
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