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From James Mitchell <>
Subject Re: Standalone Tiles: Status and Call for Help
Date Fri, 28 Apr 2006 22:13:08 GMT
Speaking of testing.....I recently came across a really cool plugin  
for FireFox.  It's called TestGen4Web and it let's you record and  
save a browser session.

<feedback type="anticipated">
  What the heck is a browser session?

Oh, I'm glad you asked.  It is the set of step that you (as a user)  
do within a browser window.  You can then have the saved session  
(which is in xml by the way) converted to an HttpUnit test.

James Mitchell

On Apr 28, 2006, at 4:06 PM, Wendy Smoak wrote:

> On 3/21/06, Greg Reddin <> wrote:
>> As for the test cases, I'm not very familiar with Cactus or some
>> other web app testing packages.  So to save time, I've been testing
>> using a simple web application and clicking through.
> ...
>> I can also check my test app into the sandbox if it
>> will help.  Maybe someone can go ahead and start the process of
>> converting them to Cactus or whatever they need to be.
> Craig mentioned HtmlUnit, which we're now using with Cargo to confirm
> that each Action 1 example app will at least deploy and display its
> default page.  If you'll check in the app you mentioned, I'll add a
> simple test and you can try it out.  Warning:  it might require a
> little rearranging for Maven 2. :)
> Cactus tests are beyond me at this point, I still haven't figured out
> why the ones for Struts Taglib don't work.
> Thanks,
> --
> Wendy
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