• An Oracle OpenScript Tutorial

    OpenScript is part of Oracle Application Testing Suite (OATS) and allows the tester, or any other individual interested in performing tests for web environments and Oracle applications, to record workflows and user actions while using that website. In this tutorial I’m showing how to record a realistic use case scenario and replay it for as many iterations as we like using data fetched from a ‘databank’.

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  • Oracle Flow Builder and OpenScript for E-Business Suite Functional Testing

    With the release of the Oracle Application Testing  Suite (OATS) v 12.5.0.2, Oracle has also released an updated version of the Oracle Flow Builder v12.5.0.2, a tool that’s intended to make functional testing with OATS for Oracle’s E-Business a little easier, by creating scripts constructed from the keyword-driven component-based approach for testing. It’s a methodology that needs no programming expertise.

    Jamie Lockhart

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  • A very short introduction to Oracle OpenScript

    Oracle’s OpenScript is a scripting platform for creating automated test scripts to be used with the Oracle Application Test Suite (OATS).

    Jamie Lockhart

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  • Google Tag Manager and Page Optimisation Testing

    Google Tag Manager (GTM) is a powerful tag management solution. It enables you to deploy and manage your Google Analytics as well as other web analytics tracking tags. It’s also useful for deploying your own custom JavaScript code snippets to pages of your choice. This means it’s possible to make dynamic changes to the way your home page, or other target pages, look and feel – so you can try to optimise conversions or other engagement opportunities.

    Jamie Lockhart

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  • Using static analysis to protect against SQL Injection attacks

    Adobe, eBay, Microsoft UK, Racing Post, Sony PSN and TalkTalk … what have these companies got in common? Answer: each of them has, as a result of being hacked, suffered brand damage and loss of customer trust.

  • Automatic detection of proprietary coding rule violations

    Modern, static code analysis tools for C++ and C provide a multitude of checkers out of the box, capable of detecting many different types of defect and violation. In addition, there is likely to be lots of configurable parameters that the adventurous (or instructed!) team can tinker with to try and bend some aspect of…

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