To help you become familiar with our application, here are the different elements that make it up:
Project management menu
This menu allows you to create a project, open an existing project, create a new component and save the files you are working on.
When you create a new component, Agilitest allows you to select the following types:
New ATS script : create a new test or sub-script.
Create a CSV file : create a data file allowing you to test on multiple data. (See our Data Driven Testing section)
New java script : allows you to call Java code external to Agilitest.
Create an execution : allows you to create an execution of your tests to manage the replay of all the tests of a project filtered according to multiple criteria.
Configuration menu and help
This menu is the first to visit to ensure the correct configuration of your editor.
It will allow you to update all Agilitest dependencies (ATS, java, FOP, etc ...).
For those who want to go a little further in the configuration of their editor, you can modify the configuration of ATS by customizing the .atsProperties file.
The help page will allow you to access multiple resources, including a sample project.
You can also access information about the workstation on which Agilitest is deployed and download additional tools.
The Project Explorer
The project explorer is located on the left side and will allow you to access all the files that make up your project.
You will also have access to the execution management linked to a given project.
The channel management menu is a prerequisite before starting to edit a test, it is a central element of Agilitest and which will facilitate the creation and maintenance of tests.
The variable management menu allows you to view all the variables used in a script at a glance.
This makes it possible to avoid finding these variables in the body of the script which is reserved for actions and controls.
The actions menu is central and allows you to add all the types of possible actions that can be performed on a test.
It has been designed to allow maximum compatibility between all the technologies supported by Agilitest.
This menu also allows the management of the different channels used in a test.
The edition part
The editing section of Agilitest represents a large part of the editor and displays the actions you perform on your tests.
This section of the editor has been particularly studied to allow reuse of components: copying of actions or elements on which they act, creation of sub-scripts.
We have also simplified the display to print only the main actions, but all the possible cases are managed in submenus.
You will be able to view the ATS script corresponding to your test to copy it and send it by mail or add it to a comment in your bug management tool.
You will also be able to access the java code which, compiled, allows the execution of tests. ATS and java scripts cannot be edited directly in the editor.
An icon allows you to close the script.