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Automation testing with Oracle database

Posted on 2011-09-23
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Good Day Experts,

I am trying to figure out how best to automate testing currently being executed manually with a frontend GUI, pulling information from a Oracle database backend .  I would like to be able to upload and download information into an excel format. One of the methods I am seeing used is extra! extreme with attachmate and the built in Macro capability.  With this method the information is pulled from extra dumped via a macro into an excel spreadsheet.

Does anyone have any ideas or suggestion for tool that might be able to commodate a testing automated process that would work with Oracle databases?

Thanks in advance for any ideas you have!
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Jacobfw earned 500 total points
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Not sure if cvs format is acceptable (which Excel can open) like this product:

http://www.benthicsoftware.com/goldload.html

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Not quite the answer I was looking for so I will rephase the question.
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