What’s New in Tricentis Tosca 9.2


Tricentis Staff

Various contributors

Date: Jan. 08, 2019

The Tricentis team is excited to unveil Tricentis Tosca 9.2! This release introduces enhancements for Defect Integration, Orchestrated Service Virtualization and more.

Execution Enhancements

Unattended DEX, Progress Bar, Junit & Selenium

Unattended Distributed Execution

Run your automated UI tests on any locked workstation. This means keeping your systems safe when running your tests overnight or while you’re away from your computer.

Selenium Integration JUnit

We now fully support Selenium executions, including both JUnit and NUnit test scripts. You can now re-use your JUnit Selenium test sets and combine them with Tosca test cases to test any web application.

Engines 3.0 – .NET Engine

Benefit from a modern test automation platform with our brand new .NET Engine 3.0. Use our convenient maintenance features like Re-Scan from the Tosca Engines 3.0 platform to maintain your .NET tests. Automatically convert your existing .NET automation projects to Tosca .NET 3.0.

The migration plug-in can be downloaded from our support site.

The new easy-to-use user interface comprehensively shows all test case structures. Allow speedy execution, by setting multiple test steps to pass in one click, rather than confirming them individually.


Complex Applications, Image Based

For this release, we have improved the Tosca Recorder by implementing Image-based Test Automation. The Tosca Recorder is now able to record and handle pop-ups as well as highly dynamic and/or responsive layouts. Hope you enjoy our new performance improvements!

Exploratory Testing

Capture Interactions

Enhance your Exploratory Testing experience by automatically recording all your mouse and keyboard interactions. Revisit your interactions by moving through them step-by-step. Effortlessly share all your recorded scenarios by exporting them as a PDF and sharing them with your developers.

Defect Integration

Crash Reporting

Create defects directly from your test results and track their state. Synchronize them with the defect management system of your choice.

Orchestrated Service Virtualization

Flow Diagram, Learning Mode, SV in-a-minute, TIBCO

Flow Diagram

Our new OSV Flow Diagram helps you to understand how the virtualization flows in your system and to better visualize the complexity of the interactions between your systems.

Learning Mode

Save time and effort by easily executing your tests and recording any missing scenarios “on the fly”. This helps to build robust test cases in parallel to your OSV scenarios.


Tricentis Staff

Various contributors

Date: Jan. 08, 2019