Worksoft is commonly known as a legacy testing platform for SAP testing. Since 1998, they have primarily focused on SAP business process testing, Oracle testing, and other packaged app testing.

However, reducing the risks associated with modern enterprises applications requires testing more than a siloed packaged app. To ensure that applications satisfy business expectations without delaying releases, enterprise-level testing also requires capabilities such as:

  • Integrated end-to-end business process testing that (natively) covers mobile UIs, web services, ESBs, APIs, web UIs, mainframes, and even big data
  • Integrated test data generation and management for the complete test suite
  • Service virtualization
  • Risk-based test optimization
  • Integration with your “best of breed” DevOps/ALM toolchain
  • Integrated reporting and analytics

To help you upgrade your Worksoft tests to meet the needs of modern enterprise architectures, Tricentis offers automated migration of Worksoft tests.

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Worksoft SAP Business Process Testing with Tricentis Tosca

By importing Worksoft business process test artifacts, you create “building block” tests that can be reused across multi-channel (mobile, cross-browser, API,  web, etc.) end-to-end tests as well as complemented with exploratory testing. Moreover, you can take advantage of additional Tricentis capabilities such as synthetic test data generation, risk coverage optimization, service virtualization, test management, analytics, and DevOps/ALM tool integrations as you extend and optimize those tests.

When you’re ready to take your business process testing to the next level, you can start using zero-touch, scriptless Autonomous SAP business process testing and the industry’s most extensive Solution Manager integration—with risk-based testing and change impact analysis.

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Worksoft Test Import Details

The fully-customizable Worksoft test migration process converts technical information, test case logic, and test data:

Technical information

Details about the system under test are migrated to a business-readable representation of core elements. Multiple types of tests artifacts can then be rapidly defined based on this model. Since each unique technical element is represented by a single model element, test maintenance is simple and centralized.

Test case logic

Test case logic is imported into Tricentis Tosca and translated into our model-based test framework. Unlike scripts, the resulting tests are simple to understand and extend as the associated application functionality evolves.

Test data

Existing test data is captured and imported into a comprehensive repository of stateful test data objects. This data can then be used across all automated test cases and service virtualization assets. It is easily readable and manipulated via a business-readable UI. Moreover, it can be rapidly extended with synthetic test data generation—increasing coverage to help expose defects.