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I think you want to pick the framework which has the most active development and the most documentation resources on the internet. Of-course you first need to check which framework fits your requirements, I would pilot all for a short while (starting with the most active one. If you have multiple candidates.) Which is more popular: Number of (recent) ...
Great idea a manual test runner and reporter for Cucumber. Seems someone has similar ideas and put it online: Cucumbumler, see https://github.com/TimWalker/cucumbumbler/wiki and http://technicaldebt.com/manual-cucumber-tests/ for a concept If this doesn't work out of the box, it should not be to hard to create something similar from scratch. You can ...
We used AscentialTest from Zeenyx Software to test an SAP windows based POS system. It is also used by other groups to test Fujitsu's Global POS and IBM's new Chrome based POS system.
You might want to checkout SmartBear Products like ALM and QA Complete . PS: I don't work for smart bear but was successful in implementing this kind of reporting from my Java/Selenium Automation Framework. They have an API that your framework may use and report. I think it is a lot cheaper than QC too.
For Visual Studio, the pricing is radically different so the two are not comparable. You need to have Visual Studio Ultimate, which is an enterprise decision, vs LoadRunner which is tied to a single controller instance. Depending upon your enterprise you could wind up more expensive under Visual Studio vs LoadRunner, particularly with the change in ...
I don't know whether I will be able to give you the answer you are looking for. But I would share with you my experience with QC. In my projects we run scripts from QC and get execution results in QC. But the automation tool we use is QTP. To integrate QC and QTP we use QC-QTP addin and execution happens from QTP and the results would be stored against ...
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