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Test management by silktest
I have been evaluating silktest and have decided that it has the most powerful language compared to other products I reviewed. Unfortunately the test management side is not as good. technical excellence / script robustness VS test management.
Has anyone integrated a test management tool with silktest, to allow functional, load and any other types of tests to be controlled from a single point of command and to also provide a more user friendly interface.
Re: Test management by silktest
I am not sure what you mean by "Test Management Tool".
Some people would call QAOrganizer a test management tool.
But you write that it should allow the test to be "controlled from a single
point of command and to also provide a more user friendly interface."
I believe that SilkPerformer, SilkPilot, and SilkRadar have some of these capabilities.
I do something of the sort with SilkTest itself.
Since it does have such a powerful programming language, you have a lot of flexibility.
I run tests with SilkTest on a master computer simultaneously controllling remote agents
on several client computers.
By default, SilkTest writes a transcript in its "results" file, but this does
not keep me informed during a long test simulation.
To solve this problem, I have SilkTest either write messages in a file or post messages
in a "Notepad" console on the master computer.
Realtime control can be provided in a similar way, either by putting data in special
files or by manipulating GUI objects on the master computer that your test can "read"
from time to time.