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Test tool for bookmark functionality

 
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Hi,

In my testing scenario, I need to test the book marking functionality of web browser. i'm looking for the suitable test tool.

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Test steps:
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1. Log into authorized web page. for e.g. log into mail account
2. Book mark a page
3. Close the web browser
4. Open the web browser go to the book mark, try to load the page
5. Click on any links in the page, check all links should fail b'cause of session

Thanks in advance,

Parthiban Palani
 
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sorry by mistake i posted the question here. now posted under "Testing" section.

Thanks,

Parthiban
 
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