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    e-Test Vs WinRunner for J2EE testing

    Hi, My application is J2EE. I like to know, whether should I recomand e-Test? or WinRunner for automated testing of this application.

    It would be great, if any one of you share your real time experience with these tools.

    Thanks in advance.
    Sudhakar

    [ 10-24-2004, 04:43 AM: Message edited by: sudhakaram ]
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    Re: e-Test Vs WinRunner for J2EE testing

    If the application is browser-based, then e-Test is fine.
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    Re: e-Test Vs WinRunner for J2EE testing

    Thanks Joe for your advise.

    Yes, the application is web based.
    Can we have 4 to 5 specific advantages going to e-Test rather than Winrunner?

    I need to justify my management to go for the best one.

    If we say, e-Test is best, then I need to have 5 advantages over Winrunner

    If we say, Winrunner is best, then I need again 5 advantages over e-Test.
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    Re: e-Test Vs WinRunner for J2EE testing

    Why don't you download e-Test Suite from the Empirix web site, and try it out yourself?

    Nobody could say that any particular tool is best in your environment better than you could.
    Joe Strazzere
    Visit my website: AllThingsQuality.com to learn more about quality, testing, and QA!

 

 

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