acoreq Absent Member.
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can HPOO simulate a web login action and test the result?

we have a web page with login function by SQL backend. can HPOO to test it's success of login action or not?

if yes, which action to use? we had some problem by using HTTP Client actions... not sure if this is the right step to put into the flow...
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Dongxian Yao Absent Member.
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Re: can HPOO simulate a web login action and test the result?

Does "Http Client Detailed Return" work for you?
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acoreq Absent Member.
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Re: can HPOO simulate a web login action and test the result?

Hi, i have not tested this step. all i use is the GET and POST. but it seems the web page has to define 2 different URLs either for successful login and/or failure login. then OO can decide whether the login is successful or not. but if the web is designed that URL will not be changed after successful/failed login, then i'm out...

what kind of "detailed" information can "HTTP Client Detailed Return" provide? do you have any example of how it works? thanks!
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OrcunT Absent Member.
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Re: can HPOO simulate a web login action and test the result?

I think you can work with SQL backend login log with OO.You trace log and find succuses login and fail then do action with oo. try to use best logical way.
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acoreq Absent Member.
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Re: can HPOO simulate a web login action and test the result?

thanks. can you specify in more details? i'm not familiar with SQL.
from OO Library, i see some SQL steps but don't know how to use it to get to my goal...
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