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    Intergrate Selenium and Quality Center

    I am new to Selenium, I have read about it but just installed the IDE yesterday. 2 questions one, is there anywere I can go to read about actual how to use the tool, and two has anyone integrated it with Quality center to use the data parameterization in QC and the ability to set up execution flows for mulitple scripts, and storing results?

    Managing execution order of the scrips and storing results within selenium maybe existing function, but I just can't find a place to research all of the detailed inner workings of the tools.

    Thanks for any help.

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    Re: Intergrate Selenium and Quality Center

    Where did you downloaded it from?

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    Re: Intergrate Selenium and Quality Center

    http://selenium.openqa.org/

    There was not much more than getting started guides there.

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    Re: Intergrate Selenium and Quality Center

    what else did you expect from free tool? [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

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    Re: Intergrate Selenium and Quality Center

    I'm reviving this thread, simply because there's little information on this topic at the time I googled the issue and thought this would help out those Google'ing the same issue as I have.

    If you're using one of the programming languages available to selenium (Java, c#, python, etc)... and that language supports COM (Component Object Model). From there, you can use COM to take advantage of QC's OTA (Open Test Architecture). I don't think you can use this integration technique however, if you're just using Selenese.

    I hope this helps someone, because after Google'ing "integrating quality center with selenium", there seems to be a lot of out of date information on the topic stating that this is not possible, when it actually is.

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    Re: Intergrate Selenium and Quality Center

    Oh, here's a great link that talks about this:

    http://www.slideshare.net/hpsoftwaresolu...st-architecture

 

 

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