Friday, 27 December 2013

DataDrivenFramework Part 3

DDF Capabilities


Current and Stable : DataDrivenFramework v1

This framework is developed using Java programming language hence it can be used with any Automation Tool that supports Java. 


Automation tools like 
  • Selenium (Open Source)
  • IBM Rational Functional Tester (Commercial)
  • Open Script bundled along with OATS (Commercial)
  • Any Other Java Supported Automation Tool


Supports Data Sources which includes Flat files and Databases 
  • Excel Files ( .xls and .xlsx) [2003 , 2007 , 2010, 2013 Editions]
  • CSV [comma separated values]
  • Oracle Database
  • MySQL Database
Supports storing runtime output results in Excel File: using this feature, you can backup the excel data, and write the new data to excel file.

11 comments:

  1. Really nice one and helpful for a beginner.

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  2. You are really doing a fabulous job :-)

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  3. Hi,
    I am new to automation,I am working on selenium web driver.I used your example code for this and its not fetching the data from excel sheet


    Thank you

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    1. Make sure you follow the pattern that should be given in the excel file as described in the sample excel sheet. GO through the demo project to see how it must be accessed.

      #AT

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  4. In keeping with your statement, "We love Automation; we love to keep its utilities Open Source." it would be nice if you provided the source code for the DDF and not just the compiled code.

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  5. Thanks for sharing great information in your blog. Got to learn new things from your Blog . It was very nice blog to learn about Selenium.
    Selenium

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