>HI all, I'm new to selenium and have a bunch of questions. I'll take
>them in separate mails for clarity.
>Is there anyway I can make sure I get some clean up run after the
>selenium tests *even if they fail*? Now, if my test fail, it stops,
>and then I have objects created that sholdn't be there.
Maybe put a special test just after each test just to clean up.
For myself, I always begin my tests with a complete setUp of
database.(cleaning all moving parts + refilling)
I think it's essential to run tests with selenium to be in very precise
situations so you control everything (And don't have to look for
conditionals, etc... in your tests). If there are third party object
(web services ...) you don't control it may be harder and you may rely
on driven mode.
Hope it helps
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On 1/13/06, Alexandre Garel <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Maybe put a special test just after each test just to clean up.
OK, that's a possibility... I might make a cleanup script, and simply
call that in this special test. ;)
> For myself, I always begin my tests with a complete setUp of
> database.(cleaning all moving parts + refilling)
Yeah, but that that will make each test take around 3 to 10 times as
long to run, so that's definitely not an option for me. The complete
tests would then run for hours and hours, and testing would grind to
an effective halt.
> (web services ...) you don't control it may be harder and you may rely
> on driven mode.
Yeah, I don't really "get" driven mode yet, so we'll see. ;)