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Anteater testing framework

Anteater is a testing framework designed around Ant, from the Apache Jakarta Project. It provides an easy way to write tests for checking the functionality of a Web application or of an XML Web service. It can test either HTTP requests or replies in various sophisticated ways. The ability to wait for incoming HTTP messages is unique to Anteater, which makes it especially useful when building tests for applications that use high level SOAP-based communication and asynchronous SOAP messages. Anteater provides XML and text logging support and the ability to render the logs into HTML reports.

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  •  22 Apr 2004 23:11

    Release Notes: Various followRedirects fixes were made, contentEquals now doesn't always pass, HTTP BASIC authentication works properly, and failing tests now generate a log file. The new features included a fileRequest task for querying local files and more flexible logging. JDK 1.4 is now required in order to support internationalization and HTTPS features.

    •  22 Mar 2003 20:34

      Release Notes: The primary functional improvement is the addition of code to allow SSL support of unsigned certificates. JTidy errors are now reported properly instead of just on stdout, making HTML reports much more comprehensible. The 'description' attribute is now used in reports.


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