Create & Manage Test Cases

I. Add a New Test Case

1. Either select the created Test Suite and click on button to add a New Test Case within the Test Suite or right-click on Test Suite →

Create a New Test Case

2. Give an appropriate name of the Test Case and click OK.

Test Case Name

II. Add Test Steps

1. Select a Test Case & Right click on Test Editor Area

Add Test Step

2. Select Test command from the drop-down list.

Select a Test Command

3. Select necessary Action, Object and Input Value in the corresponding row, depending on the test scenario.

Select an Action

4. Check/Uncheck the option of the screenshot as per the requirement.

The user can capture screenshots which help her/him at the time of defect logging to bug tracking tool and easily email end-to-end reports to stakeholders.

5. Enter Description if necessary.

Enter Required Information

6. Add the Next Test Step.

7. Repeat the process in the same manner to create a complete Test Script.

The user can also create Test Scripts by Importing them or by using the Recording function.
Refer Section - Create, Record and Import Test Scripts to learn more.

Sample Test Script to Download TestingWhiz

1. Create Test Case under Test Suite

2. Name the Test Case Download TestingWhiz

3. Add a Test Step

4. Select the Test Command as Open Page

5. Add https://www.testing-whiz.com as Value in the corresponding row

6. Select the next Test commands as Click and add Object as http://www.testing-whiz.com/download

7. Select the next Test commands as Input, add Object as txtName, and add Value as Canon

8. Select the next Test commands as Input, add Object as txtLastName, and add Value as Brown

9. Select the next Test commands as Input, add Object as txtEmail, and add Value as canon.brown@gmail.com.

10. Select the next Test commands as Input, add Object as txtContactNo, and add Value as +1254156789

11. Select the next Test commands as Input, add Object as txtCompany, and add Value as Cygnet

12. Select the next Test commands as Select, add Object as ddlNumberOfUser, and add Value as 6 – 10

13. Select the next Test commands as Input, add Object as ddlGetStarted, and add Value as 1-3 Weeks

14. Select the next Test commands as Input, add Object as txtTellus, and add Value as Want to do Codeless Automation

15. Select the next Test commands as Input, add Object as btnSubmit, and add Value as Start My Free Trial

Downloading TestingWhiz Test Case

III. Delete, Cut, Copy/Paste and Skip Test Steps

1. Select a Test Case and Right click on Test Step

2. The user is able to Delete, Cut, Copy/Paste and Skip the test steps

Delete, Cut, Copy/Paste, Skip Test Step(s)

3. When the user skips any Test Step, it will be shown lighter than other Test Steps

Skipped a Test Step

IV. Add a Toggle Breakpoint to Test Steps

Adding a Breakpoint will automatically pause the execution once it reaches the pre-defined Test Step. It is useful when a website requires some manual input/intervention during execution. E.g. Inserting a Captcha Code while filling a form on the website.

1. Right-click on a Test Step to add a Toggle Breakpoint.

Add Toggle Breakpoint

Toggle Breakpoint

V. Move Up/Down Test Steps

1. Right-click on Test Step to move it up or down.

Move Up or Down Test Step

VI. Delete Test Case

1. Either select a Test Script and click to remove selected Test Suite or Right-click on a particular Test Suite → or press Delete key from the keyboard

Delete Test Case

2. Click on Yes to remove selected Test Case.

Delete Pop-up

VII. Move Up/Down Test Case

1. Either select a Test Cases and click or respectively to Bring Forward or Bring Down that Test suite or Right-click on Test Case → or press Delete key from the keyboard.

Move Up or Down Test Case

VIII. Cut, Copy/Paste and Skip a Test Case

1. Select a Test Case and right-click on it to Cut, Copy/Paste or Skip that Test Case

Cut, Copy/Paste, Skip Test Case(s)

IX. Fork

Forking is the process to execute test cases simultaneously at the same time in same browser instances.

1. Select a Test Case and right-click on it to fork.

Fork

X. Rename a Test Script

1. Either right click on Download Testingwhiz or Press F2 from the keyboard.

Rename Test Case