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    OpenSource Regression Tool Required

    Hi All,

    After having a good hunt around on the various opensource pages and on this forum i am still struggling to find a suitable tool and was hoping somebody may be able to help me?!!?!?

    I am looking for a regrssion tool to run against a .net web application.

    Any suggestions???

    Thanks,

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    Re: OpenSource Regression Tool Required

    Mike, this would be a question discussed many times.

    Rather,it will be great if you could list out the tools you tried and the issues which you faced.

    Since any open source tool will not be full solution and one has to live with it.

    Heard Selenium being a good one.
    Did you try that..??
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    Re: OpenSource Regression Tool Required

    If you are looking for the open source web application testing tool, Selenium is certainly one of the best tool around. Its free, give it a try. If you need some primer on Selenium, you can find them here ( testinggeek.com/selenium.asp ) and tool can be downloaded from ( openqa.org )

    Hope it helps.

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    Re: OpenSource Regression Tool Required

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    Since any open source tool will not be full solution and one has to live with it.

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    can you explain what you mean? what does the license used have to do with how "full" of a solution it is?
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    Re: OpenSource Regression Tool Required

    Cheers Mike,

    From the link from Geek:

    "Selenium IDE will not record any operation that you do on your computer apart from the events on Firefox browser window."

    Sounds like this would cover the UI/FE. Not as good for the backend though. Are you looking for more than that? DB? Middleware? Handhelds? More details please.
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    Re: OpenSource Regression Tool Required

    Well Corey,

    I have to agree with you on the fact that any licensed tool may not also be full solution for one, but my statement was based on the fact that licensed tool will have notably more features(if not workarounds) to problems especially with the number of people using it across.

    I dont intend to say that free wares dont offer solutions but as much they can a smart person will definitly at the end of it will be abe to achieve it.
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    Re: OpenSource Regression Tool Required

    As far as handling DB/Middleware etc is concern, Selenium Remote Control can certainly help.

    This statement from ( testinggeek.com/selenium.asp )
    "Selenium IDE will not record any operation that you do on your computer apart from the events on Firefox browser window." is applicable for only Selenium IDE. If you look at Selenium RC ( openqa for detail and brief at testinggeek.com/seleniumrc.asp ) , most of the popular languages can be used Selenium RC. Effectively it means that all the features that you expect in any language are available to you. You can query database, middleware ( No UI ) etc in the language you are using for automation.

    Hope it helps.

 

 

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