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Webinar Q&A. Impetus webcast available at http://lf1.me/1E/

Webinar Q&A. Impetus webcast available at http://lf1.me/1E/

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    Designing a Test Automation Framework for Multi-Vendor Interoperable Systems- Impetus Webinar Q&A Designing a Test Automation Framework for Multi-Vendor Interoperable Systems- Impetus Webinar Q&A Document Transcript

    • Partners in Software R&D and EngineeringWebinar: Designing a Test Automation Framework for Multi-vendorInteroperable SystemsJuly 25, 2012Question and Answer Session Q 1: With an Automated Test Framework, what is the best method to address object recognition problems? Answer: This issue can be addressed by most of the test automation tools as they have in-built support for object recognition. I would request you to elaborate further and share the specific problem area related to the technology or tool for object recognition. Q2: We have a Flex based application. Any recommendation which tool to use? Answer: It would be sensible to use QTP for test automation in this scenario. Q3: How does your framework handle existing automated scripts being utilized in QTP and in Selenium? Can we use an overarching driver script to handle this? Answer: Since we do not have much details of your existing automation, it is difficult to give a direct advice. However, in our case, we have implemented our framework in different projects and used QTP and Selenium tools. If you have QTP or Selenium automation, we can help you by writing a small wrapper for the driver which can fit into our framework. Q4: When does automation for regression suites become more useful or less useful in cases where application code changes frequently? Answer: Automation can be leveraged for functional testing, as well as regression© 2012 Impetus Technologies Page 1
    • Partners in Software R&D and Engineering testing. If you use existing automation and update/modify it for feature releases, it can help in the functional verification and will be helpful in the frequent code change releases. Q5: What is the recommended way to maintain configuration files in a test? Answer: We discussed this in detail during the webinar. You can achieve this via global configuration files that the driver uses and the other option is to opt for functional configuration which can be associated with test suite (application-specific properties). Q6: We are looking for a good tool for testing client server application under Citrix - Any recommendation! Answer: You can try QTP in this scenario. Q7: We are looking for Mobile Test Automation solution or strategy. Any suggestions? Answer: I can recommend Impetus’ Cloud-enabled Mobile Test Automation solution - mAutomate here. It enables faster time to market and its cloud- enabled infrastructure maximizes the test coverage - both in terms of geographies and devices. You can also refer our recent webinar that shared the best practices of Mobile Test Automation. Click here! Q8: Which is a better open source tool – Selenium or SoapUI?© 2012 Impetus Technologies Page 2
    • Partners in Software R&D and Engineering Answer: Both the tools are good. If you go by current tool version, I would suggest using SoapUI for API test automation and Selenium for GUI test automation. Q9: We are into OSS business and communicating with multiple systems. Please suggest a good test automation strategy? Answer: You need to understand the interface of your applications and their tool support. OSS business is versatile by nature and would require two or more automation tools for optimum test coverage. You can refer to the framework that we recommended during the webinar for the test automation strategy. Write to us at inquiry@impetus.com for more information© 2012 Impetus Technologies Page 3