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Published on Jun 4, 2007
Testing Distributed Systems with AJAX, XML - Lessons Learned from Google Checkout Martin Omander, Jason Huggins Google Checkout is a good example of a distributed system involving several websites, the end user experience being powered by Ajax interactions, synchronous and asynchronous web services. Automating functional testing for that kind of architecture is a challenge. In this session we will provide an overview of the Google Checkout product and API, then present Mendoza, an open source testing framework that we use for functional testing of Checkout API integrations, using Selenium and a java test server. Mendoza has been designed in a generic way and can be leveraged to perform functional testing of any distributed system of similar architecture.