Last post Apr 06, 2010 04:40 PM by seema pol
Apr 02, 2010 01:10 PM|Seema Pol|LINK
I am in QA responsible for testing an ASP.NET web app. I do not have access to the code. Can I still use this framework to automate whatever manual testing I am doing now?
Apr 02, 2010 07:09 PM|pafeth|LINK
Depends what is your responsibility. If your job is only to test and find errors and weaknesses and not to correct the errors, you may only need to run the application and do testing through the browse.
Apr 04, 2010 10:49 AM|farmas|LINK
You do not need access to the source code to automate tests with LTAF. You do need, however, the ability to run LTAF code on the same domain as the web app. This usually means hosting it on the same server.
There are persons in the forum that have posted solutions for supporting running test code anywhere, but we do not have support for this out of the box. Check out Selenium and WatiN, these automation frameworks might work better for you.
Apr 06, 2010 04:40 PM|Seema Pol|LINK
Hosting LTAF code on the server won't be very easy. Let me try WatiN. Thanks.