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Writing Test Scripts for PAMIE - Part 1 of 2 [ID:078] (3/3)

in series: Automated Web-Dev Testing with PAMIE

video tutorial by Robert Marchetti, added 03/07

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This 2-part PAMIE tutorial show you how to write scripts faster using the writeScript method. The User can see how to enter the expected input so later in Part 2 (forthcoming) we can verify the expected output.

There are also some tips on using methods as test-cases. This is good when you want to build up test suites.

Uploaded on 17th November 2006, running time 8 minutes.

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Where's part 2?


This is great. but who knows where is the video part 2?


hi to all


perfect videos


15. anonymous Sun, 03 Jan 2010 10:54

I am a new user of Pamie as well as a new user of Python. I just want to thank you for the program and the instructional video. I didn't find any help manual or orther written documentation. Does this exist?

P.S. For your info, I intend to use Pamie to get financial data from financial websites (yahoo, msn, etc.) and save it to text files so that I can import it into Excel. Excel has a built-in capability, but the tool seems to get lost pretty quickly on complicated web pages. Also Excel's VBA interface does not fully control the tool.


14. anonymous Tue, 29 Dec 2009 20:42

nice good learn


13. anonymous Wed, 26 Aug 2009 14:14

Greate material


12. anonymous Sat, 28 Feb 2009 15:36

I saw your two videos on PAMIE

Very nice examples, simple and easy to understand, well adapted to start with PAMIE

thanks a lot, this just corresponds to what I needed


11. anonymous Tue, 02 Dec 2008 20:24

Hi the 14 floor,I met the same question as you.You can try use

"scriptGet".Hu hu!


10. anonymous Tue, 02 Dec 2008 20:24

Hi the 14 floor,I met the same question as you.You can try use

"scriptGet".Hu hu!


9. anonymous Tue, 02 Dec 2008 20:24

Hi the 14 floor,I met the same question as you.You can tru use

"scriptGet".Hu hu!


8. anonymous Wed, 23 Jul 2008 08:37

Help!!!!

I'm attempting to use PAMIE with Python to build some QA software.

Specifically the "scriptWrite" or "writeScript" function. When I run

either "term" I get an "AttributeError" message. I'm running an old

2.4 version of Python and PAMIE 2.0 and it list the function as "scriptWrite" On a

Python / PAMIE tutorial page it shows as "writeScript"

What am I doing wrong?


It's great.. running into getConfig() as I can't seem to find it on the latest PAMIE release - anyone have a copy?


6. anonymous Sat, 16 Jun 2007 12:24

I like PAMIE. It simple and great for my testing


5. anonymous Mon, 21 May 2007 07:55

Hi, Great movie! But there is some problem. Some methods mention in the movie is replaced with some other. I did not find out the getConfig() instance. Please let me know if anybody has information regarding this - Dhirendra


4. anonymous Sat, 05 May 2007 05:16

Looks like writeScript() has been replaced by scriptGet().

Great movie! Thanks for that!


Jim,

If you send me an email or go to my Pamie's User's group on Yahoo for the latest update and try that - http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/Pamie_UsersGroup/

I usually post there before sourceforge.

There should not be a problem with it.

If you send an email makes sure it had a valid return address.


I have the newest version of pamie but writeScript doesn't seem to work for me.

AttributeError: PAMIE instance has no attribute 'writeScript'


Fantastic! As a past user of samie, I've watched the progress of pamie and watir and a few others over the past few years. I think putting this video series up is a great way to let QA engineers learn about PAMIE.


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