KITE script case studies
The case studies in this section describe how to create, run, and modify KITE scripts for the sample use cases. The steps start with initial recording, play back and modification, and continue into the advanced KITE scripting that is necessary to record and replay the script successfully.
In most cases, the KITE scripting tool provides an easy way to record and replay browser transactions against the mid tier. However, in cases where the script includes AJAX calls, the test might fail. Although KITE supports AJAX calls, failures can occur because there are limitations when working with complex Action Request (AR) System forms on the mid tier.
This section explains the purpose, issues (if any), and resolution for the following KITE script case studies:
- Case study A: Record and replay requires no adjustment
KITE script recording and playback works as expected without any particular adjustment or change.
- Case study B: Record and replay requires some adjustment
The initial KITE script recording and playback does not work without some adjustment and required changes.
Tools utilized to perform the case studies
In addition to the KITE scripting tool, you need the following tools to perform the case studies that are described in this section:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer debugger or developer tools
- BMC Remedy Developer Studio
The following tools are useful, but not required to complete the case studies:
- Fiddler as an HTTP analyzer and capture tool