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Running Selenium Webdriver tests in Jenkins using Ant

In a previous post I introduced a very simple and straightforward way to run data-driven tests in Selenium Webdriver using test data stored in an Excel sheet. In this post, I want to show how to run these tests using...

Best practice: focus on repeatability of your automated tests

This is the first installment in a series of posts on test automation best practices. Notwithstanding the rapid growth and evolution of the test automation field, a number of best practices can be identified that stand the test of time....

Generating and deploying web service stubs using WSO2

In case you need a relatively simple stub that simulates a third-party web service or application during your testing process, you have several options at your disposal. In this article, I will introduce the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus, which is...

A very basic web service test tool

For those of us involved in testing web services and SOA-based applications, there are lots of different test tools on the market that can help speed up the testing and make them repeatable and easy to maintain. Some examples of...

Data driven testing in Selenium Webdriver using Excel

Most commercial automated software tools on the market support some sort of data driven testing, which allows you to automatically run a test case multiple times with different input and validation values. As Selenium Webdriver is more an automated testing...