I see that you have tests in Selenium WebDriver. However, there is
now a new way of testing DB-based web applications with Selenium IDE.
SeLite extends Selenium IDE. It allows your tests to access (read
and write to) a test DB (isolated from the DB of the tested
And since you use Drupal - SeLite is especially good for Drupal 7,
which can have its data in (separate) SQLite DB. So if your test
environment can use SQLite, your test data lifecycle will be very
easy. However, you can benefit from SeLite even if your test Drupal
instance uses other type of DB.
google.com/p/selite/wiki/ProjectHome and https://co
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