[Webtest] [webtest][JIRA] Closed: (WT-242) Create a <selectWebClient .../> step

Marc Guillemot (JIRA) Marc Guillemot (JIRA)" <noreply@canoo.com
Tue, 14 Nov 2006 19:03:30 +0100 (CET)


     [ http://webtest-community.canoo.com/jira/browse/WT-242?page=all ]
     
Marc Guillemot closed WT-242:
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    Fix Version: future versions
     Resolution: Fixed

Implemented in build 1433

> Create a <selectWebClient .../> step
> ------------------------------------
>
>          Key: WT-242
>          URL: http://webtest-community.canoo.com/jira/browse/WT-242
>      Project: WebTest
>         Type: New Feature

>     Versions: 2.1
>     Reporter: Marc Guillemot
>     Assignee: Marc Guillemot
>      Fix For: future versions

>
> WebTest should allow to drive more than 1 web client in the same test. This could be done with a new step like:
> <selectWebClient name="..."/>
> Simple usage scenario with an application with a front part and an admin part:
> - with 1st browser, log in as admin, enter new content item
> - with 2nd browser, go to the front page, verify that the new content item is displayed
> - with the 1st browser, remove the content item (or move it offline)
> - with the 2nd browser, verify that the content item is not displayed anymore on the front page
> Currently such a simple scenario requires steps like (steps that should be avoided are marked with *):
> - log in as admin, enter new content item
> -* log out as admin
> - go to the front page, verify that the new content item is displayed
> -* log in as admin again
> - remove the content item (or move it offline)
> -* log out as admin, go to the front page again
> - verify that the content item is not displayed anymore on the front page
> Of course the benefits of such a step would grow with the complexity of the test scenario.

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