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From Janne Jalkanen <Janne.Jalka...@ecyrd.com>
Subject Re: Selenium
Date Thu, 13 Dec 2007 10:39:29 GMT
> One option we have is to save/translate the tests as Junit tests.  
> One of Selenium-IDE export options is generated Java files, so this  
> is pretty easy. Writing the tests in Java would enable us to use  
> common variables, "tests scaffolding" and the like. And it would  
> print out the results on the command line (Ant) or in Eclipse,  
> which is a good thing.

How maintainable would these automatically generated JUnit tests be?   
I'm worried about test rot - if it's easy to create new tests, but  
difficult to update old ones, we'll end up with lots of tests nobody  
ever bothers to run.  I'd like to have the most maintainable/runnable  
test set, even at the expense of test creation.

/Janne

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