In Q2, we enabled a great feature in WebUI Test Studio that many customers have been asking for: The ability to export an automated test case including storyboard images into a document format that can be published/printed or sent to others.
Before going into how to generate such documentation in WebUI Test Studio, I would like to take a moment and talk a little about some of the usage scenarios for this feature.
I’m sure customers will come up with many more creative ways to leverage this feature once they get their hands on Q2.
Generating documentation in WebUI Test Studio is dead simple:
On your storyboard, you now have a big button that allows you to start the export process:
Click on the button and you will be prompted to select a folder to export this test to:
Once you have selected the folder, click ‘OK’ and you are pretty much done.
You are then prompted on whether you want to view the exported test. If you click ‘Yes’, your default browser will be launched and the exported html page of your test will be loaded.
The test document will look similar to this sample:
Stay tuned from more new cool features in our Automating Testing Tools offering in Q2.
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