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TPTP and Testing WebApps [message #29122] Thu, 01 September 2005 05:36 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: Tom.Jones.de

hello,

is tptp able to write and manage testcases for webapps? this means
testing the functionality of a html site produced by an webapp (black
box tests).

thanks a lot :)
Re: TPTP and Testing WebApps [message #29237 is a reply to message #29122] Thu, 01 September 2005 16:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Yes, TPTP includes an HTTP recorder that let users record HTTP requests and
play them back. The source file that is generated from a recorded session
is a JUnit class consisting of methods that simulate the user interaction
with the web application. The methods pass or fail based on a response code
comparison of what is recorded and what is received when the request is
played back.



See Help > Help Contents > TPTP Tester Guide > Performance Testing with TPTP
(don't let the name mislead you, it can actually be used for functional
testing as I've noted above).



Ali Mehregani


"Tom Jones" <Tom@Jones.de> wrote in message
news:df6i22$nms$1@news.eclipse.org...
> hello,
>
> is tptp able to write and manage testcases for webapps? this means
> testing the functionality of a html site produced by an webapp (black
> box tests).
>
> thanks a lot :)
Re: TPTP and Testing WebApps [message #29423 is a reply to message #29237] Fri, 02 September 2005 03:39 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: Tom.Jones.de

Ok Thank you. Have you any experience with that?

Is that the only possibility? Recordning a scenario is not very
professional. And the compiled code seems not to be maintainable. For a
simple scenario, the code of tptp has a couple of 100 lines of code.

what do you think about that? :)

Ali Mehregani schrieb:
> Yes, TPTP includes an HTTP recorder that let users record HTTP requests and
> play them back. The source file that is generated from a recorded session
> is a JUnit class consisting of methods that simulate the user interaction
> with the web application. The methods pass or fail based on a response code
> comparison of what is recorded and what is received when the request is
> played back.
>
>
>
> See Help > Help Contents > TPTP Tester Guide > Performance Testing with TPTP
> (don't let the name mislead you, it can actually be used for functional
> testing as I've noted above).
>
>
>
> Ali Mehregani
>
>
> "Tom Jones" <Tom@Jones.de> wrote in message
> news:df6i22$nms$1@news.eclipse.org...
>
>>hello,
>>
>>is tptp able to write and manage testcases for webapps? this means
>>testing the functionality of a html site produced by an webapp (black
>>box tests).
>>
>>thanks a lot :)
>
>
>
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