You should be using the language capabilities that are available in
java/•net to get this done.
Selenium is for web automation
On Sunday, 18 December 2011, Kaustubh Joshi <kashu.jo...@gmail.com
> Can web driver or selenium RC supports fetching the data from the dbase
instead of excel sheet?? dbase like Oracle....so that i can dynamically
create new data and then can delete the same data..any idea?I m using Junit
> On Wed, Dec 7, 2011 at 5:16 AM, Sparky <sparkyan...@gmail.com
>> Thanks to all that responded. My intent with the original post was more
a statement of frustration than anything else. The issue in this particular
situation is that I'm applying the wrong tool for the task at hand. I'm not
unit testing. I'm doing end to end testing - browser ui -> db and back. Our
app has many sections and there is one or more SeIDE test for each section.
Each section has many user interactions. For instance, a user enters their
customer's name and retrieves a customer profile. Each element in the
profile must be checked, etc. Then there's profile editing, creation,
delete, etc - the usual stuff.
>> SeIDE has worked well testing most aspects of our application. The use
of PERL and C# are attempts to add control logic making the tests less
brittle, more complete and even more automated. After support for PERL was
dropped, C# was next in line because we have a .net application (aka I have
devs to help
and it's supported by Se. There are hundreds of SeIDE tests
and I was hoping to easily convert them using Se's suggested practices and
gain a nice GUI front end to run them all - NUnit. The conversion went
smoothly. The results were a failure as described in the original post -
passing failed tests.
>> So the search is back on. I'll try the suggestions mentioned.
>> Thanx, Sparky
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