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In an industry where rapid software development and high-quality performance are paramount, Tricentis Tosca continues to lead the way in providing robust testing solutions that help teams deliver their best work faster. The latest release, Tosca 2023.1, introduces a host of new features designed to streamline your testing process, enhance your Oracle Fusion application automation, and ensure legal compliance with accessibility testing. Here’s an overview of what’s new in this exciting release.
One of the major features of this update is the ability to reuse your existing test cases in Tosca to run automated web accessibility testing on top with no extra rework. This helps teams catch potential issues early in development, while validating applications’ accessibility compliance against the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and A/A measures. Tosca performs a complete check of the entire page and reports on violations such as empty links, distinguishable page titles, color/contrast issues, ARIA labels, dynamic content, and more. You can add accessibility checks on individual test steps, test cases, or entire end-to-end flows depending on your requirements.
Accessibility testing is critical for a number of reasons. Over 17% of the world’s population lives with some form of disability, and over 70% of global websites today are inaccessible to people with disabilities. Additionally, digital access laws like the European Accessibility Act (in draft mode as of this writing) will enforce accessibility by 2023 for not only the public sector, but also private-sector organizations. Other laws, like Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 in the U.S., already mandate web content accessibility.
By leveraging Tosca’s automated accessibility testing, teams can test early and rapidly while ensuring more inclusive products that are compliant and ready for the diverse digital world. This feature is available as a tech preview in Tosca 2023.1.
We’re also proud to announce native support for Oracle Fusion applications, utilizing a native Oracle engine in Tosca to increase the robustness and speed of Oracle app delivery. Oracle Fusion is an enterprise application suite consisting of ERP, HCM, and CRM systems that streamline business processes and enhance productivity. Organizations today need to ensure they have robust testing in place to keep up with Oracle’s quarterly update cadence, which only provides a two-week window for testing prior to the update’s general availability.
Thanks to Tosca’s native Oracle automation engine, teams can resolve pain points like frequent updates, complexity and customization, and integration with third-party systems. With Tosca, you can achieve more resilient automation for complex objects, easier creation and maintenance of Oracle Fusion tests, reduced costs, and increased speed.
Furthermore, Tosca 2023.1 introduces the ability to trigger Tosca test executions directly within Solution Manager. This allows you to run your SAP tests faster and more smoothly in your CI/CD pipelines across any SAP application and version, truly allowing teams to release SAP changes at DevOps speed.
Tosca 2023.1 also offers the latest best-in-class support for SAPUI5, SAP SuccessFactors, SAP GUI SAP NWBC and more. Teams can expect faster, more flexible test execution and quickly pinpoint test case failures through tighter integration, enabling them to deliver SAP changes more rapidly.
Several other notable updates in Tosca 2023.1 include:
With these significant enhancements, Tosca 2023.1 is set to transform your testing process, making it more efficient, comprehensive, and compliant. Stay ahead of the curve with Tosca’s industry-leading testing solutions.
To learn more, register for our upcoming webinar “Boost Oracle test automation with enhanced Fusion support in Tricentis Tosca’s latest release” on June 27 to see how Tosca’s native Oracle engine simplifies Oracle Fusion test creation and maintenance.