Jubula 1.2.1 Release Documentation
This pages provide the required docuware for the Jubula 1.2.1
Release Review as part of the upcoming Juno Release
Contact: Achim Lörke (Achim.Loerke@bredex.de)
Release Review: June 2011
- Eclipse Bugzilla
- Jubula Newsgroup
- Jubula Mailing List email@example.com
Process Documentation :
Jubula provides automated functional GUI testing for Java and HTML
applications. It is aimed at teams who want their automated tests to be written by
test experts from the user perspective, without requiring any coding effort. Jubula
tests incorporate best practices from software development to ensure long-term
maintainablity of the automated tests.
- Supports Swing, SWT/RCP/GEF and HTML applications
- Platform independent testing on Windows, Linux/Unix and Mac
- Client-server architecture for distributed testing
- Heuristic object recognition
- Command line client for continuous integration
- Testing of multiple applications supported
- Context-sensitive help in client
- Projects stored in multi-user database
- Portability and version control via exports in XML format
This release of Jubula enables developers to view and develop GUI based
tests. It also allows interaction with the test infrastructure and
execution of test suites.
New in the 1.2.1 release:
- Test Result View: added display of execution times and parameter values.
- Test Case and Test Suite Editor: decoration for invalid entries
- Test Suite and Test Case Browser: Categories are supported.
- Parameter values support functions. Predefined functions for String and Date handling. Extension API for user defined functions.
- Teststyle Framework added. Some predefined rules added. Extension API for user defined rules.
- Test Analysis Framework added. Some predefined metrics added. Extension API for user defined metrics.
- Remote Control: Several new test actions added.
- API for Swing Custom Renderer support added.
- Several internal changes to improve platform integration.
Documentation, Cheat Sheets and Online Help have been provided to
allow beginners a painless start.
Testing and Packaging
Jubula is build using Hudson, Maven and Tycho.
Since Jubula is a GUI test tool it is tested by itself. There are
currently about 25.000 high level test steps executed for a complete
test on one platform. This
test include happy path checking, low level GUI component checking and
cross application checks. All tests are performed nightly on several test
instances covering MS Windows Vista and 7, CentOS 5.5
and Mac OSX 10.7.
Jubula is part of the Juno Release Train and maintains a Testing Package
at the EPP.
The EPP Testing package itself is tested by Jubula. There is a proposal
from the Jubula team to develop and maintain tests for other interested
Community and Support
- Eclipse Forum: about 10 entries per day
- Mailing Lists:
- Agile Testing, Agile Functional Testing Tools @ Yahoo Groups
- blog.bredex.de syndicated at Planet Eclipse
- The Eclipse for Testers package has been download more than 50.000 times for every release (Indigo, SR1, SR2).
The freely available installer package (non-EPL because of included drivers) has similar download numbers.
The diagram shows the Bugzilla entries as of 2012-05-31. Click on the diagram for an updated view.
The component leadership verifies that:
- the about files and use licenses are in place as per the
Guidelines to Legal Documentation.
- all contributions (code, documentation, images, etc) have been
committed by individuals who are either Members of the Foundation, or
have signed the appropriate Committer Agreement. In either case, these
are individuals who have signed, and are abiding by, the Eclipse IP
- all significant contributions have been reviewed by the
Foundation's legal staff.
- all non-Committer code contributions, including third-party
libraries, have been documented in the release and reviewed by the
Foundation's legal staff.
- all Contribution Questionnaires have been completed.
The Jubula IP Log is available from
The IP Log has been approved on 2012-06-01.
Contributors and Committers
|Marc Steffens||Ostfalia Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften|
|Marcel Salvage||Ostfalia Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften|
|Tobias Eiss||BREDEX GmbH|
|Ann-Katrin Hannemann||BREDEX GmbH|
|Antje Huszarik||BREDEX GmbH|
|Oliver Goetz||BREDEX GmbH|
|Patrick Gutorski||Ostfalia Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften|
|Felix Ziesel||BREDEX GmbH|
|Steve Jürges||BREDEX GmbH|
|Volker Hotzan||Ostfalia Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften|
|Zeb Ford-Reitz||BREDEX GmbH|
|Alexandra Imrie||BREDEX GmbH|
|Achim Lörke||BREDEX GmbH|
|Tim Winselmann||BREDEX GmbH|
|Markus Tiede||BREDEX GmbH|
The current project plan is available from