Dynamic manual testing
100% automation is not normally achievable, and whatever level you hope to achieve, you still have to get there from a manual start. With manual testing representing such a significant share of testing effort, it can often be a bottleneck. The usual response to this issue is to throw more resources at the problem, but this isn’t sustainable and suffers from declining ROI. TestDrive-Assist is our solution that delivers practical and immediate benefit, enabling the transition from manual testing into automation quickly and easily. Because TestDrive-Assist requires such minimal training and set up time, it is an ideal entry level product for those testers who may not yet need or want full automation, but want some way of capturing their work and improve their efficiency. It is the only software testing solution to monitor applications and provide screen, input, database and test status information for manual tests.
TestDrive-Assist provides you with a rich environment for manual testing, but the bigger payback is how it facilitates adoption of full automation.
Original Software is helping ACE move away from an entirely manual testing process and assists them in working towards efficient and risk free development
Over the past 12 months, TestBench from Original Software has conservatively saved Cargill Global Financial Solutions more than $270,000.
Organisations gain a centralised view of all their quality processes and tasks from project inception through to release. The product is also configurable to a great extent
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TestDrive-Assist optionally supports a wide range of checking rules including spell-checks, link checks, hardware impact checks and performance checks – all executed without any action from the user.
All information including screen shots, content analysis, test steps, errors, mark-ups and performance data from a test execution is stored as part of a Test Result. This information can then be analysed in numerous ways within the Result Viewer.
All executable entities such as a test case can support a set of test steps that are available as a test executes. These can be passed/failed, comments added and issues raised while test is in progress.
Defects and non-conformances can be created while a test is in progress, optionally linked to a test step and with screen shots automatically passed to the editor.
It is important to ensure that web applications render correctly across a variety of devices. TestDrive allows the user to select from a library of such devices and automatically configures the desktop browser to replicate the behaviour of that device.
Users can click on any captured screen, not just the current one and highlight an area adding a comment. This might be to identify a problem, request a change or provide guidance notes for training materials.
TestDrive is designed to test browser, GUI and legacy applications, including Java, Ajax, Adobe Flex, Oracle, HTML 5, Microsoft .Net and 3270/5250, Force.com etc.
Every action, click, input that the user performs is captured with reference to the screen they are on, and the controls or objects on that screen. The user just has to operate as normal as screen changes are automatically identified. The test is automatically and immediately completely documented.