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SAFS Environment - Automated testing

Tejas Bavishi
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Joined: Jul 28, 2003
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Hi

I am new to SAFS framework for automating testing. If someone could help me understand the differences/pros/cons between SAFS framework, Selenium Test Tool, Rational Functional Tester tool - will be great.

I want to know the differences in terms of usability, extensibility, architecture, (dis) advatages, ease of use, etc.

Also, if someone can describe their experience as to use of each of the framework/tools, that will be great.

Thanks for taking time to read respond to this post!!

Tejas
Jeanne Boyarsky
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What is SAFS? Do you have a link?


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