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Best Test Management tool for Selenium
After investing considerable effort on analyzing whether Xstudio might be a suitable low cost/free Test Management Tool to run our selenium scripts developed in Java, we are not satisfied with the results. Although it's a powerful, free tool, there are still some glaring shortcomings such as performance issues, inconsistencies in reporting, too cumbersome (create a SUT then a Campaign, write customized launchers etct, etc) not able to house our suite of scripts including their support libraries (various jars) in its database (mainly due to it being a MySQL) and forcing us to maintain local copies of our test cases (after downloading them from SVN) in our virtual machines and so on and so forth. Has anybody truly integrated Selenium with any good test management tool and achieved success in quickly creating batches for batch execution on top of overcoming the above mentioned short comings? Any solutions are greatly appreciated.
Even if anybody has achieved success with Xstudio, your solutions for these issues are definitely helpful.
One quite-low-cost option that could suit you would be Meliora Testlab. It integrates with Jenkins, so if you collect your test data there you can use Testlab as a test management tool to combine and report test execution data. With this approach, you will need to create and map the automated tests to the tool, but after that you get the results easily.
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