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Testing and Reporting

 
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My Job profile include the Testing of entire website created in JSP. I have tested this manually (Black Box Testing) that include all the funtionlity requirement and other presentation looks on different browsers.
My biggest problem is how to make the reports of the work i did ( ). I have delivered the same in Excel format steps by step. But i took nearly twice the time taken in testing. Can you suggest some Report generating Tool along with the Testing tool that can be downloadable from the net.
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Moving to the Testing forum.
 
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What would this "report" need to include?
 
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I just wrote a blog abt reporting using Ant

Check it out

http://java2simple.blog-city.com/read/837150.htm
 
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You could think about using FitNesse to automate at least a part of your tests. It generates a nice report for test runs (see http://fitnesse.org/FitNesse.HtmlFixture - click on the "Test" button at the top left).
 
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