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Testing .NET Applications using Perl

Testing .NET Applications using Perl

Testing .NET Applications using Perl


I am new to perl. We are testing our .NET Applications in perl.
Please let me know what are the best procedures to test the .net applications in perl.

RE: Testing .NET Applications using Perl

I do not know how to edit the previous post.
So I am just adding new notes to it.
I was trying to invoke an .net application, but was unsuccessful to open it.
Is there any framework that we need to use in order to test a .net application.
The application is small but has a lot of impact on the finance.
The application is a 7 step process to which we have to import some files to it.
The application processes the files and results an output. We need to compute the output to make sure the data in the files and the output of the application is one and the same. Please help.

RE: Testing .NET Applications using Perl

Why test a .NET app in perl environment? Your .NET framework should be more than capable to test ur .NET apps

RE: Testing .NET Applications using Perl

Our application has a test driven framework, which is also called as TDD. Developers test and develop, which in turn can be used the same framework for unit testing. But for our QA, we need to test the application from the functional point of view. We do not have any other tool in our system like QTP OR TOSCA. So we choose Perl as the freeware as a no to low cost estimated method. Please let me know if you need more info.

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