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Test inner pages without logging

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Test inner pages without logging

Post by Archana on Fri Aug 21, 2009 2:02 pm

Hi, I'm pretty new to selenium. I'm able to test login authentication. Can I test innerpages of my webapplication(PHP5) without logging in?
Also there are many issues I have to test on my app. We have autosuggest in our application, is it possible to test with selenium?

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Test inner pages without logging

Post by Adviser on Fri Aug 21, 2009 2:21 pm


First of all yes you can do it with seleneium, now upto what limit that you have to decide.

First, you want to access your other page without login. If your application will not allow any opeartion before login than you can't. But If you somehow open the page manually or through script, then you will do testing on that.

The main idea is just open a page in firefox which you want to test and start recording on it and reRun it. But that will only happen, if your provide inner page url in browser and page will open without any authentication.

At beggineer level your can start with short script in IDE but if you want full fledge automation testing , you have to use RC for that.

I hope this will give you little bit idea. Best Of luck.


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