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Re: [maxq-users] How MaxQ decide that is success or not ???

Author saperski
Full name Marcin Cieslak
Date 2005-09-05 06:03:51 PDT
Message 2005/9/2, jay_teraiya at persistent dot co dot in <jay_teraiya@pers​istent.co.in>:

> When I am replaying any website at that time it execute
> Jaython script and print that "Test Run successfully"

By default it check only for HTTP return code. One of the differences
between Compact and
Standard mode is that Standard mode script recording is more verbose
in describing
what validation happens and what objects are used.

I haven't seen any HTML-parsing-scanning feature to navigate on HTML
output, think
of MaxQ as the HTTP (not HTML) tool.

However it is possible and very often desirable to add your own
validation using custom validators.

If you want to dig further into whether this tool is right for you
have a look at

http://agiletesting.​blogspot.com/2005_02​_01_agiletesting_arc​hive.html

--Marcin

How MaxQ decide that is success or not ???

Author jay_teraiya
Full name jay teraiya
Date 2005-09-02 04:49:29 PDT
Message Hello,

When I am replaying any website at that time it execute
Jaython script and print that "Test Run successfully"

On which base MaxQ tell us that particular test is successful.

I mean what MaxQ is checking...

Please inform me.

Thanks.
Jay Teraiya
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