I just posted a note in this list on using HttpUnit via a Jython script.
I've also been reading up on using maxQ - http://maxq.tigris.org/.
Records a Jython script that could be hooked up. Haven't got that one
running yet, but it could yeild some interesting results...
Gregor Schmid wrote:
this time I'd like to ask a question for a change:
We have a prospective customer that needs to test an application with
both Swing and Web UIs. I know that this is not an uncommon situation
as the question comes up regularly. Still, qftestJUI only supports
Swing (and SWT soon), but not HTML and that's not going to change any
Are any of you using qftestJUI in combination with a Web test tool?
Which Web test tool are you using?
What are your experiences?
Are you achieving any synergies or is it a completely separate effort?
If you are in a similar situation and don't have a solution yet you
are also welcome to join the discussion and describe your needs.
Thanks for any answers, best regards,
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