Agile Testing

by Stan Taylor

Category Archives: SilkTest

SilkTest’s replacement for the Exists() method

by Stan on 2010/03/31, one comment

I’ve recently started a new SilkTest project testing a web application, using SilkTest’s new open agent and the 4Test scripting language. This post covers an aspect of what I’ve learned. In the SilkTest ‘classic’ agent, you used the ‘Exists()’ method to test whether an object exists in the application under test, e.g.,: if (Page.Object1.Object2.Object3.Exists()) // […]

Borland SilkTest’s new open agent

by Stan on 2010/03/31, no comments

I’ve been a user of Borland SilkTest off and on since the late 1990s. After not having used it for several years, I picked it up again when I worked at Borland 2006-2009. Since it was our company’s own tool, we intended to use it to automate testing of the web UI application I was […]