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hatatap is an HTTP scripting tool with scripts in XML. The scripts are transformed into Java/o:XML before they are either executed from the commandline, integrated into Ant build files, or run interactively from a Web application. hatatap supports cookies, Javascript, HTML DOM, Web Services/SOAP, performance tests with concurrency, test reports, regular expression matching, and stateful Web site navigation. It is written in o:XML and uses HttpUnit.

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Recent releases

  •  14 Nov 2007 07:12

    Release Notes: This version fixes a Xalan compatibility problem that appears with certain Java environments. This release works on all Java platforms from versions 1.4 onwards.

    •  07 Nov 2007 18:24

      Release Notes: Several performance and robustness improvements, increased details in the reports, and a solution to a longstanding compatibility problem with certain versions of Xalan. Also includes Apache JMeter support, which allows you to run scripts generated by JMeter directly with hatatap.

      •  01 Jun 2006 07:29

        Release Notes: Binary attachment capabilities were added. A classpath problem was fixed in the Ant task. An upgrade was made to HttpUnit 1.6.2 and the latest ObjectBox and o:Lib releases.

        •  22 Jul 2005 07:05

          Release Notes: The test:input option was added. The rps-graph utility was added. The JMeter JMX conversion functionality was added.

          •  07 May 2005 04:18

            Release Notes: The toolset was updated to the latest releases of ObjectBox and HttpUnit. Code refactoring was undertaken to fix several problems.


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