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    What do you use for GUI testing for extjs 3 ?

    What do you use for request testing ?

    Does someone know something similar to QF Test for GUI testing but not so expensive ?

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    Have a look at Siesta:
    http://www.bryntum.com/products/siesta/

    It mentions in comments that is it Ext3 compatible:
    http://www.sencha.com/blog/introduci...ool-for-ext-js

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    Yup, definitely Ext-compatible, plenty of examples in the SDK.

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    Default ExtJs 3.3.1 & Siesta Lite 1.1.8

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    Hey Mankz,

    I have tried to have a simple test acknowledge the presence of my Ext and Ext.Window.
    I believe Siesta is failing when trying to create the Siesta viewport. In the Siesta code I see createViewport: function(config) {
    return Ext.create("Siesta.Harness.Browser.UI.Viewport", config);
    }.

    I believe this is an ExtJs4 method signature.
    For ExtJs3.x the signature is create( config, defaultType ) where config is an Object and defaultType is a Constructor.

    I am getting the following error which is, I guess, expected:
    TypeError: types[defaultType] is not a constructor

    I have also been unsuccessful activating the new account I created at Bryntum to participate in the forums there as well.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    We really would like to use this product to help us migrate for ExtJs3.3.1 to ExtJs4.
    Bill

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    It sounds like your changing the Siesta Harness page, which uses Ext 4 for the Siesta UI. This should stay as is, you should instead specify your 'preload' files and include Ext JS 3. You can see in our examples and in our the SDK /tests folder that we successfully test Ext JS 3.

    Please use the forum at www.bryntum.com/forum for Siesta further support