Within a few clicks after installation, you can start recording your first tests. Select your browser and the corresponding agent to test on. The recording begins with the selection of your starting point.
Click through all the items that you want tested in your web-application. The client automatically records all test activities and merges them into a workflow.
The recorded workflows can now be replayed at any time. But most importantly, you can now duplicate, add, change, remove, loop as much as you like. If required, the workflows can be parallely displayed and run on as many agents as required.
With the TWS, automated test procedures can be easily integrated into your existing systems. This gives you more transparency and allows you to quickly identify software failures within the systems.
Continuous Delivery and DevOps environments require continuity and speed. With the Test Workflow Studio you manage the implementation of automatic regression tests in your CI server. Thus, the development teams can ensure that high quality results are achieved. The integration automates regression tests and thus takes into account all subsequently implemented changes. Continuous use of the TWS gives you much faster feedback on your software test. Be one step ahead of recurring mistakes.
TWS allows you to integrate external datasets. CSV and Excel files or databases (MSSQL, MySQL) can be used to increase the test coverage of a particular test workflow. This test can be carried out again within a very short period of time, taking into account the various test data.
TWS allows you to integrate external datasets. CSV or Excel files can be used to increase the test coverage of a particular test workflow. This test can be carried out again within a very short period of time, taking into account the various test data.
The Test Workflow Studio allows software testing in any popular browser. This way, processes within the web applications can be tested in Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge. Through validation activities and a real time record & play function, sustainable software tests will succeed.
Workflows can be transferred to a new operating system (for example, from Windows to Linux) with just a few clicks. The workflows do not have to be resumed.
Tests in TWS are performed in a human way. By introducing e.g. delays, human accents are simulated, so that the workflow is always carried out as realistically as possible.
Low administration effort
The rolling out of the TWS ecosystem takes place via the usual administration infrastructure. An installer, which also acts as a version updater, lets you use Test Workflow Studio just minutes after the download.
All tests are documented by log files. This is useful not only for comprehending the tests at a later date, but also to provide the test documentation to an auditor or business partner.
Once a real or virtual machine is ready, the TWS will automatically take care of distributing the tests on the systems. This ensures optimal resource allocation.
The TWS can be extended on customer request and adapted to your individual needs. In larger projects, more test performance is usually required, which can be handled by the addition of more agents.
No training period
Even untrained users are immediately able to start the testing development in our workspace. No programming skills are required to successfully create tests.
A physical infrastructure is no longer needed for testing. Existing and new machines can be virtualized. Thus, acquisition and operating costs, as well as footprint can be minimized.
In an user-friendly application interface, test activities and entire test workflows can be created by using drag-and-drop.
While maintaining the observable software behavior, source code activities are automatically structured. In the form of building activities, complex partial sequences can be created, which leads to an overall better overview.