can we run Parallel execution using fitnesse and like other tool can we use condition and looping statement using xebium.

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Ciddagoni Ravi

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Oct 11, 2015, 2:35:25 PM10/11/15
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Hi Team,

I'm  new to this group , i have recently started using the xebium .

it was very interesting and exited to learn more about Xebium.

I have couple  of questing , is it possible to run parallel execution in a suite.

and like other tool can we use condition  and looping statement using xebium.

if yes , could someone share me  with an example.


Thanks in an advance for your valuable  reply.

Ravi

Arjan Molenaar

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Oct 12, 2015, 5:14:39 AM10/12/15
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> On 11 Oct 2015, at 20:35, Ciddagoni Ravi <ciddago...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> Hi Team,
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> I'm new to this group , i have recently started using the xebium .
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> it was very interesting and exited to learn more about Xebium.
>
> I have couple of questing , is it possible to run parallel execution in a suite.

Currently FitNesse does not support parallel execution. See https://github.com/unclebob/fitnesse/issues/806.

> and like other tool can we use condition and looping statement using xebium.

There is no looping statement in Xebium. This is a restriction on the wiki side. The idea of FitNesse is to write specifications. It might be good to check out the Getting started documentation of FitNesse, to get a grasp of what it’s about. http://fitnesse.org/FitNesse.UserGuide#gettingstarted.

That said, Xebium looks like a nice and simple tool at first, but you should use it with caution. There is a strong temptation with this tool to start “coding in FitNesse”, which is something you should not do (it’s about specifications). Therefore, if you use Xebium (or any other web test tool for that matter), make sure you keep your tests really simple, maintainable. Less is more in these cases.

Hope this helps,

Arjan

> if yes , could someone share me with an example.
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> Thanks in an advance for your valuable reply.
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> Ravi
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Ciddagoni Ravi

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Oct 13, 2015, 3:54:37 PM10/13/15
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Thanks Arjan for your valuable suggestions ,
but is there any alternate way to handle parallel execution if any can you pls share me..
and from your experience pls advice me , going forward can i use Xebium, or not. for long run. 
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