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|Companies are turning to automated testing tools more often than ever before to ensure that their applications are working properly prior to deployment. That's particularly important today, because more applications are written for use on the Web—the most public of venues. If a browser-based application crashes or performs improperly, it can cause more problems than a smaller, local application.|
|This paper addresses the question of ‘Return on Investment’ in testing tools. It looks
at the subject from two perspectives: the tangible and the intangible. Under tangible
benefits, measurable short-term (single project) cost-savings are considered.
Intangible benefits, which include longer-term gains such as reduced maintenance
costs, corporate reputation and similar factors, are also discussed.|
|The Microsoft WAS web stress tool is designed to realistically simulate multiple browsers requesting pages from a web site. You can use this tool to gather performance and stability information about your web application. This tool simulates a large number of requests with a relatively small number of client machines. The goal is to create an environment that is as close to production as possible so that you can find and eliminate problems in the web application prior to deployment.|
|Artima SuiteRunner is a free open source testing toolkit for Java released under the Open Software License. You can use this tool with JUnit to run existing JUnit test suites, or standalone to create unit and conformance tests for Java APIs. The three main advantages Artima SuiteRunner offers to JUnit users are reporters, runpaths, and recipe files. Existing JUnit users can use SuiteRunner to run their JUnit tests, which allows them to gain the benefits of reporters, runpaths, and recipe files while continuing to use their JUnit test cases.
Artima SuiteRunner Advantages:
Reporter: Collect and present test results in a highly customizable way to the user. Examples are text, graphics, web pages, database output, CSV files, XML, and email alerts.
Runpath: Load classes for your tests from anywhere with this easy to configure list filenames, directory paths, and/or URLs.
Recipe File: Capture and save the properties of a run of a particular suite of tests in a file for easy reuse.