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Tyto Software, creators of Sahi OS and Sahi Pro, announced launch of Sahi Pro 6.1.0, the most user friendly functional test automation tool in the market. Sahi Pro is used by more than 400 enterprise customers around the world.
Sahi Pro 6.1.0 adds enhancements to its core engine with support for HTML5 technologies like shadowDOM, custom HTML tags and WebSocket support, allowing testing of applications built from modern web frameworks.
Sahi Pro 6.1.0 improves productivity of the automation specialist, with enhancements in the Sahi Script Editor. Error detection, Function Discovery, Debugging, Find Usage, Find and Replace are some of the productivity enhancing features that have been added.
JSystem is an open-source framework for writing and running automated software tests, for both software and embedded applications. The aim of JSystem is to provide one simple central framework for functional and system testing of software. A unique characteristic of JSystem is its simplicity and scalability: the JSystem architecture comprises of four layers, with a clear distinction between the underlying business logic of the test and the graphic user interface (GUI). The JSystem structural design affords true scalability to the testing project: as the product evolves the user can build additional tests based on the original solution - without the need to rewrite tests: a mark of a truly sustainable testing project.
Apache JMeter is a great open source tool designed for load testing and performance measurement of web applications and web services. For those of you wishing to bring together the strengths of JMeter and JSystem, here is a short tutorial describing the methods that me and my team members have devised for integrating JMeter scripts with JSystem
The BDD approach seems to gain popularity by the minute. One of the most popular frameworks that supports it in the Java language is JBehave. As a result, you may find the need to integrate a JBehave test (story), in one of you scenarios.
If this seems to be the cases, there is a very simple way to accomplish it. You can just use the JSystem JBehave system object.
Consider the following scenario: You’re writing an automation script that’s supposed to perform a login to a website (using a username and password), and then you’re transferred to the next web page which has a link for downloading a PDF document (call it: my_report.pdf). To download the file, your script would need to be able to perform the following steps:
Enter a username and password into the relevant input fields and click the “Submit” button.
On the next page, click the “Download Report” link to begin downloading the my_report.pdf file.
Select a location on your local hard drive for saving the PDF document, and finally download the file to that location for some further processing.
Test Automation, is am automatic ability to activate, track and trace issues in our product development process or on the acceptable phase or deployment phase. It is not a cheap effort, it needs special applications or platforms, knowledge base, good personal/developers, in many companies it is very much like any development process: it needs strategy, planning, management and good implementation. If it's that expansive, then what are the advantages of using this kind of a system?
You can use Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate or Visual Studio 2010 Premium to create automated tests of the user interface (UI) known as coded UI tests. These tests provide functional testing of the UI and validation of UI controls. Automated UI tests enable you to test that the UI is functioning correctly after code changes. Coded UI tests are quicker to run than manual tests, meaning that you can run them more frequently.
This article provides test automation guidance that helps you leverage the coded UI features of Visual Studio 2010 to foster a continuous, consistent and standard automation approach. Such an approach allows you to build, deploy and test, taking advantage of Visual Studio Lab Management features, which let automation testers reap the benefits of integrating with the build process for automatic build deployment, executing on VMs and reporting test automation results as part of Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).
Behavior Driven Development, means using natural language instructions to set your test cases and development. This kind of language called Gherkin. This method was created to save time on learning Test Cases methodologies, combined with Automation mechanism, this can be a save-time tool.
This method used most within Agile development methodologies and Test Driven Development as well.
Neither one of these options is great for use with JBehave. Instance scope is a problem because JBehave then creates a new Step class for every step in a scenario, making it impossible to share state between steps without using static (global) state. Singleton scope is a different side of the same problem: state ends up shared among all scenarios. In either case, to make things work you must remember to clean up the global state after each scenario.