RRAFS, or your own custom framework?
I am hearing all the hoopla about it, but haven't really had the chance yet to dive into it, even for a POC.
Anyone really use it, or making their own framework?
I'm heading into my own direction, no idea if it is a deadend or the right deal:
- "manual" VPs by grabbing string from properties, and mainly using StrComp and InStr
- SQL queries as well
- throwing all code into functions/subs in SBH/SBL files. Use scripts to call functions to build a scenario (i.e. user login and add record)
- No datapool use (using INIs), and maybe later on use some VPs...
All for a web-based application....
Though, RRAFS sounds like such a winner.....
Re: RRAFS, or your own custom framework?
I am the author of "Getting Started Rational Robot Test Automation with RRAFS" found in IBM developerWorks. I suggest you start with RRAFS. Anyway, you can bypass RRAFS at anytime.
By the way, I am looking for a job in Canada. Currently I am doing load test with Robot.