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Hyades URL Test option missing [message #26293] Fri, 12 August 2005 13:03 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: thorsten.itzel.lido.net

Hello everybody,

I try to get familiar with the test environment tptp provides. I was doing
the HTTP recording and everything worked fine (at least when you use IE).
Now I want to analyse the outcome, but in the run menu the option Hyades
URL Test is missing. I use the tptp 4.0 package that includes all other
packages. Does anyone have a clue why the option is missing?

Thanks for your help,
Thorsten
Re: Hyades URL Test option missing [message #26371 is a reply to message #26293] Fri, 12 August 2005 21:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Unfortunately the documents are out of date. Follow the steps below to run
a URL test:



- Create a HTTP Recording file under a Java Project by clicking File > New >
Other > Test > Recording > HTTP Recording

- Finish the wizard and begin recording your requests in the browser that
pops up

- Close the browser or click the terminate tool bar item in the Recorder
Control view

- Switch to the Test perspective

- Right click on the record file created in the first step and click
Generate to generate the source code. Specify the location in the wizard
that pops up (you'll need to specify the Java project and its source
folder).

- Click on 'Run' > 'Run...'

- Under Test, create a new entry.

- Browse to the record file created in step 1 and click on Run

- An execution history file should be created under the project indicating
the result of the test.



I will open a defect against the test documents.


"Thorsten Itzel" <thorsten.itzel@lido.net> wrote in message
news:741f37ea21f90561dedfc28c7a658896$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Hello everybody,
> I try to get familiar with the test environment tptp provides. I was doing
> the HTTP recording and everything worked fine (at least when you use IE).
> Now I want to analyse the outcome, but in the run menu the option Hyades
> URL Test is missing. I use the tptp 4.0 package that includes all other
> packages. Does anyone have a clue why the option is missing?
>
> Thanks for your help,
> Thorsten
>
Re: Hyades URL Test option missing [message #26410 is a reply to message #26293] Fri, 12 August 2005 21:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Defect: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=106904

Thanks,

Ali M.

"Thorsten Itzel" <thorsten.itzel@lido.net> wrote in message
news:741f37ea21f90561dedfc28c7a658896$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Hello everybody,
> I try to get familiar with the test environment tptp provides. I was doing
> the HTTP recording and everything worked fine (at least when you use IE).
> Now I want to analyse the outcome, but in the run menu the option Hyades
> URL Test is missing. I use the tptp 4.0 package that includes all other
> packages. Does anyone have a clue why the option is missing?
>
> Thanks for your help,
> Thorsten
>
Re: Hyades URL Test option missing [message #26559 is a reply to message #26410] Mon, 15 August 2005 13:14 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: thorsten_i.yahoo.com

Thanks for your help. I was no able to record some sites and execute
tests. Although, looking at the .execution file I always receive the same
error:

In the executeRequest() method, response.getCode() returns a value less
than 0. It seems to me that the java file cannot connect to the web sites
to repeat the test sequence. Does anyone have similar problems or an idea
why this error happens?

Additionally I have a general question: Does TPTP support model based
testing (MBT) in any way?

I'm glad for all your help,
Thorsten
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