I'm not personally familiar with Apple WO, but--since it's a web-app
framework that generates an HTML page--watir should be able to do the
trick as a functional automation tool.

Start by checking out the documentation at watir.com (http://watir.com/
documentation/) and the example at 
http://wiki.openqa.org/display/WTR/Example+Test+Case.

>From there, you could do some exploratory scripting of 
>http://store.apple.com/us
to see if watir suits your needs.

Hope that helps.

orde

On Apr 8, 2:21 pm, dt_nz <david.tay...@sungard.com> wrote:
> I should point out that my company is looking at developing a new site
> with webojects, and we have to make a decision on whether we will use
> WATIR or something else.
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