Analysis of Selenium WebDriver and JMeter and proposing enhanced framework - JEMSEL

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Bela Patel
Neema Sunny

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The increase in the demand for globalization has increased the economic relevance of web based application which further increases the importance of controlling and improving its quality The quality assurance of a web based system depends majorly on automation testing that decreases the test cost and increases work efficiency. Performing performance testing on web based system before taking application live can help in resolving several issues.This paper compares two such testing tools named JMeter, a performance testing tool and SELENIUM, an automation testing tool. The load testing tools like JMeter works only with the request and response i.e. they do not execute JavaScript at their end and hence does not measure the overall response experienced by the user. On the other hand, an Automation tool like selenium can measure the overall response time but we cannot generate load using an Automation tool. In this work we have proposed integrating both the testing tool to measure the overall response time experienced by an end user including the data driven test scenario. This proposed framework will support performance testing on web based system along with the automated data driven test scenario for web based applications for better test results. In this way, by integrating both tools application will record and report the test result in graphical as well as tabular format for better understanding of test reports.

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Bela Patel, and Neema Sunny. “Analysis of Selenium WebDriver and JMeter and Proposing Enhanced Framework - JEMSEL”. Technix International Journal for Engineering Research, vol. 2, no. 10, Oct. 2015, pp. 132-40, https://tijer.org/index.php/tijer/article/view/101.
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