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Automated test on blackberry storm

Hi,

 

I try to test some applications on blackberry storm,  but I couldn't fidn any tools that helpme to automated it, some body knows if there is a tool to do that.

 

Thanks

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Re: Automated test on blackberry storm

Hi and Welcome to the Forums!!

FYI -- you've posted this to the device support forums of the site...not usually a place for development-level issues. Frankly, though, I'm not sure which part of the developers forum you should post to -- you might do some digging down there and discover the proper place for your inquiry.

 

http://supportforums.blackberry.com/rim/?category.id=BlackBerryDevelopment

 

Good luck!



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Re: Automated test on blackberry storm

You might need to explain a bit more in detail what you need to do.

 

Are you an application developer? 

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Re: Automated test on blackberry storm

Thanks JSanders

 

Im a tester in a software development company and we are  develop an application for blackberry storm, and my work consist on automated all the test, I spend a lot of time looking for a tool that help me but I didn't found anything.  

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Re: Automated test on blackberry storm

Hmm.. have you used the Simulator?

 

I will ask that this thread of yours be moved to the developer section.

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Re: Automated test on blackberry storm

Maybe a custom application that runs in the background and lauches your main application and injects key events is what you are looking for.

 

There are a few unit testing environments out there.  BUnit, BBTest, J2ME Test....

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Re: Automated test on blackberry storm

Does anyone here knows why the bunit app runs on startup? Thanks.