Monthly Archives: April 2012

Why Unit tests?

I ended my last post saying that I’d coded all I could and now needed to understand the business functionality a little better so I could call pretty much any method of my choice. Note that this is primarily for … Continue reading

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Authorization testing – the thought process…

So Suds was working just fine as I said in my last post. Time to start coding. The goal of this little script that I was trying to write can be summed up as follows:- a) Get  a list of … Continue reading

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Finalizing my dev env – Python + Suds

Right, so if you read my previous post, you’d know that we’re testing for authorization weaknesses in all the exposed Webservices. So, for example: We’d really like to know if an anonymous user could create a new folder or delete … Continue reading

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Finding the WSDL and why should I automate?

So, if you’ve been reading what Dinis has been writing about, you’ll know that we’ve been doing a lot of work on TeamMentor. Testing all the exposed Webservices is a part of this activity. So what I’m going to do … Continue reading

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