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Guide to using WET

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This is the main page for all of WET's userguides.
Overview of Wet 1.0

This document gives a brief description about WET 1.0 and its difference w.r.t 0.9.8. Click here to go to the overview page.

 Using WET for Web Testing

This document describes the testing process using WET. It describes about what exactly is a WET test, how they are organized and how they are executed.

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WET Manager

The WET Manager is the gateway of the WET UI. It is from the WET Manager that all other WET UI applications are launched

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Simulated Browser

WET scripts can be created by executing the test scripts on a simulated browser. This document. describes the 3 different types of simulated browsers available and how to use them

Object Depot Manager

WET tests can use Object Depots to better organize tests by defining all test objects in a central repository. The Object Depot Manager is a Windows application using which object depots can be created and edited. Clickhere for the user guide of object depots.

Test Definition Editor

WET tests are defined by using a Test Definition file which describes all the details about the test. The Test Definition is a robust way of creating WET tests in a way such that they closely follow the manual testing process. The Test Definition Editor is a Windows application using which Test definitions can be created. Click here to understand about test definitions and how to use the test definition editor

Integrated Treeview

The Integrated treeview is an application that combines the WET Treeview, object depot and script editor into one. This mode is meant for Expert users who would like to take advantage of some of the ease offered by the WET UI without losing control over the power of scripting. Click here to understand about the integrated treeview

Case Study - Automating using WET

Using Squirellmail, a web mail client, this document describes in detail the steps to be followed to create a test suite for some simple tests using WET. Click here to see this document

WET is a opensource automated web testing tool which uses Watir as the library to drive web pages. WET drives an IE Browser directly and so the automated testing done using WET is equivalent to how a user would drive the web pages. WET extends the scripting abilities of Watir and also offers the convenience of recorders. It is licensed under LGPL and BSD style open source licenses.