Sahi is a tester friendly tool. It abstracts out most difficulties that testers face while automating web applications. Some salient features include excellent recorder, platform and browser independence, no XPaths, no waits, multithreaded playback, excellent Java interaction and inbuilt reporting.
The current version is: Sahi 2011-07-19
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- Browser and Operating System independent
- Powerful recorder which works across browsers
- Powerful Object Spy
- Intuitive and simple APIs
- Version Controllable text-based scripts
- In-built reports
- In-built multithreaded or parallel playback of tests
- Tests do not need the browser window to be in focus
- Command line and ant support for integration into build processes
- Supports external proxy, HTTPS, 401 & NTLM authentications
- Supports browser popups and modal dialogs
- Supports AJAX and highly dynamic web applications
- Scripts very robust
- No wait statements required even for AJAX and page loads
- Intuitive APIs like _near and _in eliminates need for XPaths
- Works on applications with random auto-generated ids
- Very lightweight and scalable
- Supports data-driven testing. Can connect to database, Excel or CSV file.
- Ability to invoke any Java library from scripts
- External proxy support with password authentication has been added since V2 2009-
- 401 and Windows authentication are available now
- Framesets/pages with frames/iframes loading pages from multiple domains is NOW supported.
Sahi can now handle pages which have other pages from different domains embedded in them using iframes or frames. If you have a page from google.com having an iframe with a page from yahoo.com, Sahi will prefix the domain correctly to the recorded step.