Very first thank you very much for attending Test Studio webinar on 22nd September . We had great time presenting and hope you had great time learning about Test Studio as well. In this webinar we covered following topics
- Benefits of Automation
- Automated Web Testing
- Data Driven Testing
- Working with TestLists
- Ajax Testing
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Below are the some of the questions asked in webinar,
What is the difference between Creating a Folder and Creating a Test?
Folders are for organizing tests in; the test is the piece of automation
What’s Test Studio Express?
Express is a plug in for Visual Studio. You can create, execute, and maintain tests in it. It helps collaboration. Testers can work in Test Studio Standalone, then hand tests off to developers if they need to do things like check the database or use support infrastructure. Testers can use Test Studio Express, too, if they’re more comfortable there and like working in Visual Studio.
Is this a limitation of test studio that it allows recording in IE ONLY?
Recording is an extraordinarily difficult operation. We focus on IE so that we can make it powerful, smooth, and easy to use. You can play back in IE, Firefox, Safari, or Chrome
When we add multiple Tests inside a Test List, After finishing each test, will Test Studio close the window every time and re-launch it for the next test ?
By default, yes. You can also select to “Recycle Browser” in the web tab of the test list’s Settings. This will keep the same browser open; however, you have to be very careful about state, session, cookies, etc.
Where can we make custom code changes to any particular test step?
Yes! You can convert any test step to code by right clickign on it and selecting Convert to Code. You can also add custom code steps.
In case I don’t want to record and run the test but i want to do manual coding to create my own automation suite?
Yes, you can do fully manual coded tests or steps. You can write in C# or VB.NET
How TestStudio is helpful for Silverlight OOB applications?
Test Studio can be used to test the Silverlight OOB applications as well. Silverlight tests get recorded in exactly the same fashion as the web tests DJ has been showing. The experience is very similar. You can explore the visual tree, etc.
Which scripting language is supported by Test studio?
C# and VB.NET
Does it support SAP?
If the SAP application renders HTML, Silverlight or WPF then yes!
Does it work on other tools than .net?
Test Studio will test against any server technology. The demo application is written in Ruby!
Do we have any quick start guide on that?
Yes, please see tv.telerik.com for some great videos on testing Silverlight!
What about performance testing?
We have separate webinars on performance and load testing!
How to simulate multiple users?
You can use Load testing feature to simulate multiple users.
Will it work for software build using procedural language like Clarion?
If the system renders HTML, Silverlight or WPF then Test Studio will work fine with it.
If application is publish in citrix can we record and test it?
Possibly, there are sometimes difficulties depending on your environment.
I hope you had worth of your time in this webinar. Looking forward for your participation in further webinars ..