|Re: test of my rcp application [message #139336 is a reply to message #139326]
||Wed, 07 January 2009 07:01
| Christian BrÃ¼ssow
Registered: July 2009
Paul Slauenwhite wrote:|
> Hi Brice,
> Yes, the AGR is only for recording and playback of Eclipse applications
> (e.g. not stand-alone SWT or RCP applications).
> "Brice Laurel" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Hi Paul,
>> I use the TPTP(AGR) as define in the user guide. You say that AGR test
>> only eclipse application. You would say that AGR help us only to replay
>> actions which done in IDE eclipse.
>> Thanks in advance.
Hello Brice, hello Paul,
Ok, my little provocation did not work (see my replay to the OP of
Brice), so I ask directly: Why not SWTbot?
We have tried here some commercial GUI testing tools, but none of them
could satisfy all of our core requirements alone. So we looked at TPTP
with the AGR and the possibility to test Webpages (only URL checks), as
we want to test an RCP and RAP application.
What should I say, the restriction to only test Eclipse applications is
a little drawback, but we can install some perspectives and views into
the IDE; but it complicates automatic GUI test. I think TPTP/AGR is a
little bit complicated for simple GUI test (create test case, create
context, create artifact, ...).
So I've looked at SWTbot (nothing practically done till now), and I
think we will give it a try.
So I ask, why not SWTbot? Do you have some experience with the tool,
that leads you to this or do you have some requirements, SWTbot cannot
If you think the answer would be too OT for the TPTP news group, feel
free to send it via email directly to mee.
Have a nice day,
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