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dear monks,

I am testing an application which is developed using J2ee and the following third party software are being used in this application :-
1) Web Server: Borland Webserver
2) Database : Informix
3) Openfusion.
4) The application is developed using J2EE.

Last time, I was asked to do the performance Test. That test includes the following steps :-
1) login to application
2) launch a screen specified in the test case.
3) from the log file I have to note the time taken to launch the screen.
4) logout.

The above test steps, I have to repeat for 10 times. Since it is a manual testing, it is boring and time consuming. I have come to an Idea to develop an automate script for this.

monks Please give me your thouhts on how to make this automate. Please consider the softwares which are used in the application before giving your valuabe thoughts.

I have to login to system and launch the screen and logout from the system using perl. what are all the interfaces I have to use in perl ? I know about Informix module, by using that I can connect with Informix. I am mainly concentrating on the rest of part.

"Keep pouring your ideas"

In reply to Automate the Testing using perl with the given third party softwares. by jesuashok

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