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1 1 A Test Automation Tool For Java Applets Testing of Web Applications TATJA Program Demonstration Conclusions By Matthew Xuereb

2 2 Testing of Web Applications 3 main areas of testing: Content Testing Security Testing Functional Testing Each area has testing tools tailor made for it. Testing of Web Applications [1/7]

3 3 Content Testing Testing of the visible part of the web site Testing Tools: W3C Consortium Free Online Tools: Markup Validator Link Checker CSS Validator …and more Testing of Web Applications [2/7]

4 4 Security Testing Testing for security threats within the web application Testing tools: OWASP open source testing tools Commercial tools: Acunetix SecurityInnovation SpyDynamics Testing of Web Applications [3/7]

5 5 Functional Testing Testing of the business logic of the web application Testing tools: Open source tools: Selenium MaxQ Commercial tools: iMacros WAPT Testing of Web Applications [4/7]

6 6 Selenium Pros: Executes directly in Web Browser Platform & Browser independent Supports a wide range of programming languages Cons : Not capable of testing Java Applets Testing of Web Applications [5/7]

7 7 Testing of Java Applets Tools Available: Conventional Java GUI testing tools Are not a web application testing tool Treats a Java Applet as a conventional GUI application iMacros Makes use of image recognition technology to capture and playback events Can be used to test different types of media files (Flash, Shockwave, ActiveX, …) – not Java Applet specific It is a commercial tool ($ per license) Testing of Web Applications [6/7]

8 8 Conclusion (Testing of Web Applications) There are tools to test the different areas of Web Applications However there isnt a tool tailor made specifically to test Java Applets The aim of this FYP is to develop a test automation tool for Java Applets - TATJA Testing of Web Applications [7/7]

9 9 TATJA A browser and platform independent tool to test Java Applets Applets are tested in their actual running environment A record/playback testing tool Supports regression testing Does not makes used of any other third party scripting languages Is a flexible tool TATJA [1/12]

10 10 TATJA Overview [1/3] Software Wrapping Activity Diagram: TATJA [2/12]

11 11 TATJA Overview [2/3] TATJA is in itself a Java Applet The Applet to be tested is loaded within TATJA TATJA wraps within it the Applet to be tested TATJA can gain access to each component of the Applet to be tested TATJA can be operated in two modes Record Mode Playback Mode TATJA [3/12]

12 12 Flexibility The actions that can be performed on the Applets components are defined by the user through an XML document (TatjaML) Reason To make the tool compatible with all possible Java Swing component TATJA Overview [3/3] TATJA [4/12]

13 13 TATJA Basic Building Blocks User Interface Applet Wrapper Recorder Handler Playback Handler Regression Test Runner Component Identification Mechanism TATJA [5/12]

14 14 TATJA in Record Mode [1/2] The user records the test actions on the components of the Applet to be tested Test actions includes: Button clicks Text input to text fields Mouse clicks The test actions are converted into Java code and stored in Java classes. 1 Test Case => 1 Java Method TATJA [6/12]

15 15 TATJA in Record Mode [2/2] Block Diagram: When test cases are recorded, they can be edited/enhanced by the user manually TATJA [7/12]

16 16 TATJA in Playback Mode The User loads the Java Class with the test cases Selects the test method and executes it Block Diagram: TATJA [8/12]

17 17 Regression Tests in TATJA [1/2] The Applet to be tested is wrapped within another Applet A Java method that invokes a selection of test cases written within this Applet wrapper An HTML document that embeds the Applet to be tested is generated A JavaScript call to the Java method listed in the second bullet By loading the generated HTML page in a browser, the test cases are executed automatically TATJA [9/12]

18 18 Regression Tests in TATJA [2/2] Block Diagram: TATJA [10/12]

19 19 The TatjaML Document [1/2] Has a list of all the actions that can be performed on each component An action can be: A method call on the component An event Each action includes the information that is needed by TATJA to dynamically perform it Which method to invoke Which event listener to create Which event Object to pass …and more TATJA [11/12]

20 20 The TatjaML Document [2/2] Snippet: boolean ActionListener ^ 3 ^getActionCommand TATJA [12/12]

21 21 Program Demonstration Program Demonstration [1/1]

22 22 Conclusions TATJA was tested with existing Java Applets of different types on different browsers The desired functionality was obtained and the testing tool gave the expected results All objectives set for this project were successfully achieved Conclusions [1/1]


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