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[maxq-users] Questionnaire about MaxQ

Author fcohen
Full name Frank Cohen
Date 2004-06-25 08:04:09 PDT
Message A very interesting list. Here's a try:


Generation of editable test scripts by capturing
application and user I/O activity
MaxQ: yes, TestMaker: yes


Real time data stream capture
If "real time" means something like Real Audio, then:
MaxQ: no, TestMaker: no


Network Interaction capture
MaxQ: no, TestMaker: no


Text Checkpoint support
MaxQ: yes, plus it provides an html validation library, TestMaker: yes


Data Driver Interface support
MaxQ: yes, JDBC, TestMaker: yes


Parameterized testing support
MaxQ: yes, with coding, TestMaker: yes


Synchronization support
MaxQ: yes, with coding, TestMaker, yes, provided through TestNetwork


No practical limitation to fonts or sizes
MaxQ: no, recording is at HTTP protocol level, TestMaker, no


Hot key capture
GUI object capture even if they are invisible
Recording and checkpoints for all attributes of GUI objects
Referencing the coordinates of an object relative to the window
in focus, rather than the whole screen
Automatic switching from object level to bitmap recording when
encountering non-standard objects
Error Recovery (e.g. Browser crash)

MaxQ: no specific GUI recording features, however, the recording proxy
architecture does not require these. What your browser sends to the
host is recorded and played back. TestMaker: same.

Custom object capture
MaxQ: Apache-style license provides customizable source code library,
TestMaker: same

ODBC support
MaxQ: JDBC support only, TestMaker: same

Usage of external DLL APIs as well as .exe files
MaxQ: yes, using Java Native Interface, TestMaker: yes using JNI

Error Handling (ability to write handlers)
MaxQ: yes, TestMaker: yes

Allows Error Tracking database
MaxQ: yes, requires manual coding, TestMaker: yes, includes results
analysis package

Adaptability to various communication protocols (TCP/IP, IPX)
MaxQ: yes, support Java capabilities to support IPX, TestMaker: yes,
plus supports multiple protocol environments (HTTP, HTTPS, XML-RPC,
SOAP, SMTP, POP3, IMAP, etc.)

Ability to kick off scripts at a specified time; scripts can run
unattended
MaxQ: may run from command line, TestMaker: yes, including client
shell launch utilities that may be run as cron jobs
Wizard-driven database checkpoint
MaxQ: No, TestMaker: No

SAP support
PeopleSoft Support
Delphi Support
PowerBuilder Support

MaxQ: No special support, TestMaker: No special support

Euro Support
Y2K support
MaxQ: yes, TestMaker: yes

Visual Basic Support
Visual C++ Support
MaxQ: No, TestMaker: No

Analog and Context Sensitive Recording
MaxQ: No, TestMaker: No

Support for two or more families of Operating Systems
MaxQ: yes, TestMaker: yes

Support for different flavor of an Operating System
MaxQ: yes, TestMaker: yes

Support for different versions of Internet Explorer
MaxQ: no, TestMaker: yes

Support for different versions of Netscape
MaxQ: no, TestMaker: yes

GUI and Character base convention support
MaxQ: no, TestMaker: no

Password Encryption in scripts
MaxQ: No, TestMaker: No






On Jun 25, 2004, at 6:38 AM, <rbb at rkbloom dot net> wrote:

> <MaxQ - Queries.txt>
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Frank Cohen, PushToTest, http://www.PushToTest.com, phone: 408 374 7426
Author of "Java Testing and Design: From Unit Tests to Automated Web
Tests"
from Prentice Hall, details at http://thebook.pushtotest.com


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[maxq-users] Reg: MAXQ -- (fwd)

Author rbb at rkbloom dot net
Full name rbb at rkbloom dot net
Date 2004-06-25 06:38:19 PDT
Message This hasn't shown up on users@ yet, so I am forwarding it for him. If you
respond, please be sure that you copy Magesh as well.

Ryan

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 18:26:14 +0530
From: "Kannappan, Magesh Kumar (Cognizant)" <kmagesh1 at chn dot cog​nizant.com>
To: users at maxq dot tigris dot org
Cc: rbb at rkbloom dot net
Subject: Reg: MAXQ --




    Dear Sir / Madam,

    Good Morning!
    That was great to know about MAXQ open source tool.
    However, I am unable to know about the exact features of MAXQ software.
    As I am involved in evaluating Open source testing tools, I chose MAXQ but eventually struggling with out much info.

    I request the developer / who ever in the crew to come out with a positve response for the content in the attached doc.

    FYI, I've come out with a Matrix, kindly mark it as "Y" (Yes) / "N" (No).

    Pls. revert back to me @ the earlliest.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Magesh Kumar K

     <<MaxQ - Queries.txt>>

    Herewith attaching the screenshot ..








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