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Which CI software (jenkins/hudson/bamboo/...) works better (has better and smooth integration) with Selenium 2 (web driver)?

If it makes sense - web driver tests are written using .NET thus all of this will be run on windows server.

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Well Jenkins and Hudson is more or less the same since Jenkins is a fork from Hudson. –  Johan Oct 6 '11 at 7:28
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Personally, I would recommend Jenkins. But the main thing that matters is how your tests are actually executed, and how that integrates with your CI server.

As an example, you may use Maven to execute your Selenium 2 tests from Jenkins. Then use some of Jenkins' many plug-ins to collate the results and visualise them in graphs.

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I have already chosen TeamCity. And it integrates with NUnit + .net project + selenium 2 perfectly. Thanks –  zerkms Oct 12 '11 at 1:38
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The answer to the first part of your question is Jenkins, read more at http://wiki.openqa.org/display/SRC/Selenium-RC+and+Continuous+Integration .

I think you need a X server to emulate a Linux env, pick Xming ( http://www.straightrunning.com/XmingNotes/).

I just don't know how .Net fits in here, though!

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Selenium RC is deprecated, but anyway thanks for the answer (and no, linux is not suitable solution in this particular case, as long as we need IE driven by Selenium WD) –  zerkms Oct 6 '11 at 7:52
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