5 must-dos for better, faster, smarter end-to-end test automation
Join Simona Domazetoska in this session to learn five must-dos for more strategic, scalable and accessible end-to-end test automation.
Tosca 16.0 is here! With this new release, we deliver several capabilities that strengthen automated testing for packaged applications from Oracle, Workday, and Microsoft Dynamics 365. The release also includes new mobile testing features that ensure smoother connectivity and a better mobile testing experience. Read on to learn more.
Tricentis Mobile Agent (TMA) is a new centralized service that allows you to easily manage your connection to any mobile device, whether local, remote, or cloud-based. This will ensure smoother mobile test authoring and execution across all Tricentis products. TMA simplifies setup and connectivity for iOS and Android devices, enabling a more straightforward mobile testing experience. You can now easily configure connected devices, enable iOS automation by setting up iOS artifacts, and review agent settings to jumpstart your mobile testing journey. This new service offering facilitates faster and easier onboarding, and helps users keep up with the latest iOS and Android versions without upgrading Tosca.
Automated testing for Oracle applications is critical for ensuring reliable business processes. Because Oracle implementations are highly customized and integrated in a constellation of other systems that are under constant change, testing end-to-end is crucial. But Oracle apps, as with any other ERP system, have dynamic controls that require robust automation to address. With Tosca’s 16.0 release, we added several capabilities to stabilize Oracle automation. With Tosca’s ID Mapper and support for ARIA, you can strengthen the identification of complex controls that are part of Oracle applications.
Tosca offers comprehensive ways to identify various control types, but sometimes applications are developed in ways that add complexity to automating controls. With Tosca’s new ID Mapper, we lower test customization and increase stability. Simply select your application under test, uniquely identify your control by adjusting the properties, and save the default IDs in a library. This will allow you to have a library of prebuilt IDs that you can use on the fly to build robust automation.
Want to learn more about ARIA and how Tosca supports it? Check out our spotlight blog here.
The new dark and high-contrast themes in Tosca improve accessibility and readability for diverse user groups. Users can choose from four different themes: light, dark, high-contrast light, and high-contrast dark. You can easily switch between these themes in the top right corner of the Tosca screen.
Tosca admins can now view their Tosca license cloud consumption over time and access reports without assistance from Tricentis support. When managing a large amount of Tosca licenses, admins can easily monitor spikes in active Tosca users, while being alerted to users with no available Tosca Commander licenses.
For highly regulated industries in the life science or utilities sectors, Tosca tests often need to be reviewed and approved before execution to ensure they meet certain requirements. Users can now easily manage pre-execution review and approval of test cases directly in the Tosca user interface or in the REST API. Without these controls in place, using Tosca in Computer System Validation (CSV) testing becomes a cumbersome manual process. We now offer users a fully automated and more complete solution for testing validated applications. Please note this is an early-access feature and still under development. Read here to learn more.
Want to see a live demo of the latest Tosca 16.0 features and hear from our Product Experts? Sign up to our upcoming webinar Enhanced Oracle Automation and Inclusive Design: Introducing Tosca 16.0 on December 21.