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    Use of XML in automated testing

    I am looking for ideas & suggestion on using XML in automated testing using WINRUNNER.
    I am looking if anyone has used XML for execution result report or for even inputting data/parameters.
    I did see the XML article in knowldege base but that doesn't tell how to design your XML doc.
    Any thoughts will be great

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    Re: Use of XML in automated testing

    I don't know why you couldn't use xml for reports. You understand that reports are built in? But if these don't meet your needs, then the tools to provide other report solutions are bountiful. Keep in mind that you can out-of-the-shrinkwrap i/o with flat files, spreadsheets and, databases.

    For xml you would need to write or acquire a parser or other xml file i/o mechanism.

    I think the below link is a fairly good xml reference that may have among other things, design tips:

    http://www.xmlfiles.com/


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    Re: Use of XML in automated testing

    I guess this document might help. I have attached the XML usage with Automation Testing document with WinRunner.

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    Re: Use of XML in automated testing

    Vinod - excellent document! Have you thought about putting this in the download section?
    www.qadownloads.com


    Thanks!

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    Re: Use of XML in automated testing

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jpensyl:
    Vinod - excellent document! Have you thought about putting this in the download section?
    www.qadownloads.com


    Thanks!

    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    jpensyl,
    Can you update the document on http://www.qadownloads.com because i was not able to do the same.

    Thanks,


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    Re: Use of XML in automated testing

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jpensyl:
    Vinod - excellent document! Have you thought about putting this in the download section?
    www.qadownloads.com


    Thanks!

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    Thanks for your replies. I already went thru doc also available in knowledge base on mercury site.

    I was looking for if anyone has any idea for designing base XML doc that could be used for generating browser based report. I am also looking into it. Will post more with my final outcome.

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    Re: Use of XML in automated testing

    Added to QADownload.com

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    Re: Use of XML in automated testing

    This is indeed a good thread, but in order to implement that is in the doc , what is the level of XML knowledge required, in case any of you have a sample prototype of implementing this , if you could share would be very useful.

    And also i would like to require your input on how to automate a application which is similar to XML request and Response using winrunner or any other mehtod also .

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    Re: Use of XML in automated testing

    This is indeed a good thread, but in order to implement that is in the doc , what is the level of XML knowledge required, in case any of you have a sample prototype of implementing this , if you could share would be very useful.

    And also i would like to require your input on how to automate a application which is similar to XML request and Response using winrunner or any other mehtod also .

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    Re: Use of XML in automated testing

    Thanks Administrator.

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