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New release of actiWATE (Web Application Testing Environment)

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Hi, I would like to inform you that a new version
of the actiWATE (Actimind Web Application Testing
Environment) is available for free-of-charge download
on: http://www.actiWATE.com

actiWATE is a freeware software platform intended
to make test automation process simple and cost-effective.
It consists of:
- Advanced framework for writing test scripts in Java
- Test Writing Assistant - Web browser plug-in module
which is aimed to assist the test writing process

actiWATE R0.99 build 3 contains the following changes
and additional features:

- Extended implementation of JavaScript Object Model
- Support of HTML Image Maps and Areas
- DOM Level 1 properties and methods implementation
- Ability to check the existence of non-HTML resources
(images, objects, css files)
- Rhino updated to 1.6R1
- Language header in HTTP request
- Improved detection of installed Java by TWA installer

and others...

Do not hesitate to contact me in case of any questions
regarding this software.
Regards,

Vladimir Kornev.
Actmind, Inc.

Sep 7 '05 #1
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Vladimir said the following on 9/7/2005 9:22 AM:
Hi, I would like to inform you that a new version
of the actiWATE (Actimind Web Application Testing
Environment) is available for free-of-charge download
on: http://www.actiWATE.com

actiWATE is a freeware software platform intended
to make test automation process simple and cost-effective.
It consists of:
- Advanced framework for writing test scripts in Java


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Who should trust anything from someone that does not know the difference
between Java and Javascript?

--
Randy
comp.lang.javascript FAQ - http://jibbering.com/faq & newsgroup weekly
Answer:It destroys the order of the conversation
Question: Why?
Answer: Top-Posting.
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Sep 7 '05 #2

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>> It consists of:
- Advanced framework for writing test scripts in Java
Who should trust anything from someone that does
not know the difference between Java and Javascript?


And who should trust someone who is picking on the
words instead of having look at the product?

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Sep 9 '05 #3

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>> - Advanced framework for writing test scripts in Java
Who should trust anything from someone that
does not know the difference between Java
and Javascript?


And who should trust anyone who is picking on the
words instead of having a look at the product itself?

Vladimir Kornev

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Sep 9 '05 #4

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"Vladimir Kornev" <vk@actimind.com> wrote in message
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It consists of:
- Advanced framework for writing test scripts in Java

Who should trust anything from someone that does
not know the difference between Java and Javascript?


And who should trust someone who is picking on the
words instead of having look at the product?


I wouldn't be so quick to defend myself, Vladimir...
(Try to explain instead...)
:-)

Confusing Java and Javascript is usually a dead give-away
of a person that doesn't know that the two are completely
different languages that don't have *anything* to do with
each other...

--
Dag.
Sep 9 '05 #5

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Vladimir Kornev said the following on 9/9/2005 4:52 AM:
It consists of:
- Advanced framework for writing test scripts in Java


Who should trust anything from someone that does
not know the difference between Java and Javascript?

And who should trust someone who is picking on the
words instead of having look at the product?


Because part of looking at a product is to look at the packaging and
when the packaging indicates a less-than-desirable product, I have no
inclination to look further. So, it is a Javascript framework, or, is it
a Java Framework?

--
Randy
comp.lang.javascript FAQ - http://jibbering.com/faq & newsgroup weekly
Sep 9 '05 #6

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Randy Webb schrieb:
Vladimir Kornev said the following on 9/9/2005 4:52 AM:
It consists of:
- Advanced framework for writing test scripts in Java

Who should trust anything from someone that does not know the
difference between Java and Javascript?


And who should trust someone who is picking on the words instead of
having look at the product?

Because part of looking at a product is to look at the packaging and
when the packaging indicates a less-than-desirable product, I have no
inclination to look further. So, it is a Javascript framework, or, is it
a Java Framework?


I can't see any problems in the description there. He has written about a
Unittest-Framework written in Java (in JS that would be really hard to
implement). Testcases are developed in java (although, I would call it "writing
test scripts in Java" because script is generally used only for scripting
languages, but maybe the framework handles the java-code like scripting code).
The Framework is able to do tests on web-applications that are using JS (as many
cms and other complex web applications do) by emulating a browser. Of course,
Java and JavaScript are completely different things, but that doesn't mean that
there are no cases where a product uses or supports both of them.
Sep 9 '05 #7

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