I work for a java project, a heavy client application. One of my goals is to cover one subsystem under fully automated test: Functional tests. Of course the solution needs to be free. I look at on the following website: http://java-source.net/open-source/testing-tools And Abbot seems to be useful for me, but I don't find user's feedback. Someone can share its experience? Or propose me other solution? Remarks: for this project no Junit tests are available. [ August 28, 2006: Message edited by: guerard elisabeth ]
What is the easiest to use? One side, Abbot is for both unit and functional testing, Jemmy only for functional testing, and in the other side any Junit tests are written for the application (now in production since 1 year).
Joined: Jan 23, 2002
Originally posted by guerard elisabeth: What is the easiest to use?
You'll have to be the judge of that.
Originally posted by guerard elisabeth: Abbot is for both unit and functional testing, Jemmy only for functional testing
Huh? I see both Abbot and Jemmy be for functional testing, first and foremost. And I see both Abbot and Jemmy being useful for unit testing custom GUI components. Maybe I just misunderstood you?
Joined: Aug 19, 2006
Sorry, I read too quickly the documentation of Jemmy, I didn't see that it was possible to integrate junit.jar. Now, it's time to start to try it. Thank you for your answer.