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    Need Tool....

    Hi there!

    I am quite new in the QA Section and I am searching for a tool for testing a web site.

    What I need to do exactly:

    - check html generated by dynamic pages (jsp) for missing tags (e.g. no closing tr tag there) or attributes for tags
    - check all links if they are broken (if possible follow links to next page and scan this page too)
    - check all img tags whether the images referenced are reachable
    - if possible the tool should be customizable

    Does anyone know an open source or commercial tool which can do all this properly?

    Thanks a lot!

    [ 07-25-2003, 12:36 AM: Message edited by: TFrenken ]

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    Re: Need Tool....

    If you're new to QA, I *strongly* reccommend you get some time in doing manual testing. Get an idea of what makes a good test case, what should be included in test design/steps.

    All of what you learn there will be the foundation of how you will develop your automation - regardless of what tool you end up using.
    Jordan Gottlieb
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    Twitter: @JG_QA

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    Re: Need Tool....

    That's right, and one of the things you'll find
    after just a bit of manual testing is that your
    wishlist, while worthy and useful, tests just a
    small part of what composes a successful website.
    In addition to the structural faults you cite you
    may need to investigate more-global structural
    properties (e.g. inter-page dependencies) and
    performance properties (e.g. page download and
    rendering times, transaction completion times,
    and synchronization issues). A good source of
    things you might want to look at will be all of
    the vendors' "what you can do with this tool"
    material. Some of their white papers also are
    quite good. Start by doing a Google search for
    "Web Testing" or some such. Good luck.

 

 

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