UI Testing

Hi everybody!

I use abbot for UI Testing. But we've some problems with it under different OSes. What tools do you use for UI testing?

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Ages ago when I worked on rich clients jemmy was doing its job quite nice:
http://jemmy.netbeans.org/

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Hi,

Up to now I had no time to evaluate it, but UISpec4J ( http://www.uispec4j.org/ ) looks promising. It can even run tests without showing any Windows. They have implemented a look and feel for this feature.
With Jemmy and other such frameworks there's always the problem that you cannot do anything else while the tests are running and that you sometimes have to adjust the timeouts to make it work.

Cheers,
Robert

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Hmm, looks very similar to abbot. It's important, because I've many tests. Will try, thanks.

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Can't use it, because I use Idea not NetBeans. But thanks.

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What makes you think so?
The page I gave states in bold
" Note: Jemmy really is a NetBeansTM independent module, you can use it separately as well as together with the NetBeans IDE. "

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Hmm. Great. Will try it too. Thanks.

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