Search Using the TestArchitect Help system
The TestArchitect Help system is available in both desktop (CHM) and web-based versions. This section describes the help viewers and how you can use them to find the information you need. TestArchitect Tutorial Get started creating and managing your tests with TestArchitect by reviewing these introductory lessons.
This guide provides instructions on using TestArchitect. It also explains the environment requirements for TestArchitect and describes the process of running tests and reviewing test results.
Learn how to set up and administrate the License Server, the Repository Server, etc. Automation Guide With TestArchitect, you can test apps running on various environments, such as, desktop, web, mobile applications, etc. Action-based testing language Action Based Testing (ABT) is usually considered to be an automation technique. It is commonly positioned as an advanced and practical alternative to other techniques like “record & playback” or “scripting”. Much about ABT is discussed in the following pages. Microsoft UI Automation Microsoft UI Automation (UIA) is an accessibility framework for Microsoft Windows, and is the successor to Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA).
One of its purposes is to assist in automated testing by providing programmatic access to UI controls. Application testing TestArchitect supports the testing of desktop, web and mobile applications built with a variety of different technologies, and running on various platforms. Testing with databases Using SQL-conversant external data sources in your tests. Testing desktop applications With TestArchitect, you can test desktop applications created with various technologies.
Testing web and RIA applications With TestArchitect, you can test web and Rich Internet (RIA) applications that run in a web browser or outside of it. Testing web applications TestArchitect lets you create, manage and run web-based automated tests on different types of browsers. Testing Silverlight applications Information specific to Silverlight application testing. About TestArchitect provides full support for automated testing of applications based on Microsoft Silverlight technology.
Supported Silverlight technologies Silverlight applications are rich internet applications (RIAs) which are executed in web browsers. In-browser mode is the most common way to use them. Preparing the test environment In order to test a Silverlight application, you need to properly configure your test environment. This may include preparing a web browser’s settings, installing a Certificate Authority, and possibly other actions. Testing out-of-browser applications Silverlight-based applications, as well as your test machine, must be configured properly to allow the applications to be installed from their host web pages, run outside of the browser, and tested.
List of supported Silverlight controls
Silverlight controls supported by TestArchitect for testing Silverlight applications. Uninstalling a Certificate Authority If you no longer need to test Silverlight applications running over the HTTPS protocol, you may opt to uninstall the TestArchitect Certificate Authority (CA) which was previously installed. Reset proxy server settings If and when you no longer need to test Silverlight applications, it is highly recommended that you reset your machine’s proxy server settings to make your web browsers work properly under normal conditions.
Testing web services Web services are applications that can be published and called over the Internet by client applications. TestArchitect supports functional testing of web services. Mobile testing With TestArchitect, you can test mobile applications on Android and iOS devices, as well as web browsers running on mobile devices. Testing headless Chrome and APIs with Docker Docker is a platform designed to assist developers, testers, sysadmins, etc. with development, testing, deployment and running of applications through containerization Testing SAP applications SAP Business Warehouse is a powerful business tool for managing data.
TestArchitect can now automate SAP BW applications. Diagnosing and resolving automation errors This section describes possible errors that you might encounter during automation, their common causes and possible solutions.
Home Automation Guide With TestArchitect, you can test apps running on various environments, such as, desktop, web, mobile applications, etc. Application testing TestArchitect supports the testing of desktop, web and mobile applications built with a variety of different technologies, and running on various platforms. Testing web and RIA applications With TestArchitect, you can test web and Rich Internet (RIA) applications that run in a web browser or outside of it.
Testing Silverlight applications Information specific to Silverlight application testing. Testing Silverlight applications Information specific to Silverlight application testing. Silverlight applications are rich Internet applications (RIA) that can run in web browsers and on the desktop (out-of-browser). With TestArchitect, you can create and run automated tests for Silverlight applications.