Random data generators allow testers to create randomized test data sets on-the-fly that can be used in various test scenarios, without having to manually create data for each scenario and without using code. The new type of step can be added directly from the Step Builder with a few mouse clicks, reducing the amount of time and effort required for test creation. The feature includes a range of data types and values, including numbers, strings, and dates.
Once the data is generated, it can be used in subsequent test steps through Test Studio’s data binding feature or in coded steps through variables. For example, the generated data may be used as input to test forms, or to test how the software handles different data types and values.
Random data generators are a powerful tool for test automation, as they can help increase the efficiency and effectiveness of testing by providing a large amount of randomized data to test with. This helps to identify potential defects and issues in the software, ensuring that it is of high quality and performs as expected.
Test Studio’s Scheduling server is a tool used to manage the scheduling and execution of automated tests on a distributed environment. With the manual project push feature the users can upload their project to Scheduling on demand every time there is a change, thus, eliminating potential issues with missing or conflicting project assets during test execution. The feature is designed in a way that it alerts you when there are project changes which are not uploaded to the Scheduling. With a single button click these changes will be uploaded ensuring up-to-date and stable tests.