[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index] [List Home]
RE: [hyades-dev] MM "Support for JUnit derivative projects such as HTTPUnit, Cactus, Abbot..."

Kent,

We have a number of internal projects using a number of http tools which include, jWebunit, MaxQ and Grinder.

I see folks using MaxQ to generate jython scripts and adding xml & soap calls for some web services testing.  And Grinder 3 for stress testing.   Can we bring in some of these features in to TPTP?

 

 

 


From: hyades-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:hyades-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kent D Siefkes
Sent: Sunday, September 12, 2004 8:48 PM
To: hyades-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: hyades-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx; hyades-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: [hyades-dev] MM "Support for JUnit derivative projects such as HTTPUnit, Cactus, Abbot..."

 


Jim,

My team currently owns the Hyades plug-ins associated with URL testing.  I had attended the very beginning of Dominique's meeting, but had to cut out early to deal with a stop ship issue for IES before any discussion on HTTPUnit or URL Test.  So I apologize for not being there for the URL Test discussions.

All of our work on URL test has been on the load testing side, taking the original JUnit-based HTTP tests and adding an HTTP proxy recorder with SSL support, test generation improvements, multi-threaded playback, cookie, page, and SSL support for playback, and simple SVG reports for capacity and page response times.

Let's talk to see where CA has interest in contributions going forward.

Kent

Kent Siefkes
Rational Software
IBM Software Group
919-486-3233



"Saliba, James" <James.Saliba@xxxxxx>
Sent by: hyades-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx

09/10/2004 09:50 AM

Please respond to
hyades-dev

To

<hyades-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>

cc

 

Subject

RE: [hyades-dev] MM "Support for JUnit derivative projects such as HTTPUnit, Cactus, Abbot..."

 

 

 




Hello All,
CA will take the URL testing.  

Regards,
Jim Saliba

-----Original Message-----
From: hyades-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:hyades-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Russell Gold
Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 9:35 AM
To: hyades-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [hyades-dev] MM "Support for JUnit derivative projects such
as HTTPUnit, Cactus, Abbot..."

----- Original Message -----
From: Dominique Guilbaud <dguilbaud@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2004 14:37:42 +0200
Subject: [hyades-dev] MM "Support for JUnit derivative projects such
as HTTPUnit, Cactus, Abbot..."
To: hyades-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx


Hi all,

Here is the meeting minutes for  "Support for JUnit derivative
projects such as HTTPUnit, Cactus, Abbot..." task.
Fell free to comment.

[snip]

Minutes:
- State of testing tools in Hyades 3.0:
       - Manuel test (basic implementation)
       - JUnit: document on the test/ sequence of execution /
generation of a template / edit and write / execution / reporting in
the execution hystoty viewer
       - URL Testing: record / generation of a JUnit-based script  /
playback
- Objectives of the tasks:
       - improve the existing support
               - JUnit (concern also an other task "JUnit integration
between hyades and JDT")
               - URL Testing
       - Add new tools for new kinds of test (GUI, J2EE)
- Candidates:
       - URL Testing: HTTPUnit - HTMLUnit - jWebUnit

I should point out that jWebUnit is a wrapper on top of HttpUnit - it
convenience methods to simplify common tasks, but does not give access
to the full functionality of the underlying library.

       - GUI: Abbot - JFCUnit - Marathon - Jemmy
       - J2EE: Cactus - JUnitEE

Consider ServletUnit as well - it is part of the HttpUnit jar and
shares much of its API. Learning one when you know the other is pretty
easy. It also contains JUnitServlet, a servlet test runner for JUnit
(similar to JUnitEE).
_______________________________________________
hyades-dev mailing list
hyades-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
http://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/hyades-dev



_______________________________________________
hyades-dev mailing list
hyades-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
http://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/hyades-dev