How to do a Standalone Web Test using Test Studio

In this how to post we will see how to start Standalone Web Test using Test Studio.

Step 1

Open Test Studio and from New Test option in menu ribbon choose Web Test

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You can see in the project files a Web Test has been added. If you want you can rename that by right clicking on the project and choosing the rename option.

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Step 2

Double click on the Web Test project in the project files to open it on the StoryBoard. From menu ribbon select Record ->Launch a New Recording Browser. It will launch selected browser. You can select browser from the ribbon

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Step 3

In browser perform some operations to test. After performing all the operation choose Run from the ribbon the run the test.

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You will be asked to Save the Test.

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Step 4

You can view all the steps with result.

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On clicking of a step you can enable inline editing.

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On the right you can see Property windows for a particular step.

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You can view error log by clicking on View Log

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You can see error log as following

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Step 5

To see Step failure error detail click on step failure in the steps

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Step failure detail is as following

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You can view image of failure as following

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You can examine Page DOM on clicking DOM tab as well.

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Suggestion to resolve failure can be viewed on clicking on Resolve Failure

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You can export result to file

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On clicking of Export Result to file you will be asked to save the file.

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A zip file will get saved at the given location. There will be following files inside the downloaded zipped file.

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In this way you can perform standalone web testing

 

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