Test Commands & Corresponding Actions in TestingWhiz

TestingWhiz supports more than 300 Test Commands, including conditional and looping Test Commands. These Test Commands help a user build effective and reliable Automation Test Scripts with least effort.

Add a Test Command

The user can add test commands in 3 ways.

1. Drop-down List

2. Drag & Drop Test Command

3. Double Click Test Command

1. Drop-down List

TestingWhiz provides an easy way to add Test Command from the Drop-down list.

Steps & Configurations

1. Either add a Test Step in the Test Editor section by clicking on icon above Test Editor or right-click on the Test Editor Section and select

Add a New Test Command

Add a New Test Command

2. From Test Command cell, select a command from the drop-down list

Drop-Down List of Test Command

2. Drag & Drop Test Command

The user can simply Drag & Drop the desired command from the bottom left “Test Commands” tab to the Test Commands Column in the Test Editor section.

Steps & Configurations

1. Select a command from the bottom left Test Command-Tab

2. Drag it towards the Test Editor

3. Drop in the Test Commands column

Drag & Drop Test Command

3. Double Click Test Command

The user can add a command to a Test Case by double-clicking a particular Test Command from the bottom left “Test Commands” tab.

Add an Action Corresponding to a Particular Test Command

Once the required Test Command has been added, the user needs to add the corresponding Action to that Test Command in order to execute that Test Step.

There are 3 ways to add Test Command to a Test Case.

1. Drop-down List

2. Drag & Drop Action

3. Double Click Action

Selecting an Action will auto-fill the Test Command column if the user has not selected the required Test Command before.

1. Drop-down List

TestingWhiz provides an easy way to add Action from the Drop-down list.

Steps & Configurations

1. After adding Test Command, Select the appropriate Action from the drop-down

Drop-Down List of Action

2. Drag & Drop Test Command

The user can simply Drag & Drop a desired Action from the bottom left Test Commands Tab to the Action Column in the Test Editor section.

Steps & Configurations

1. Select a corresponding action from the bottom left Test Command-Tab

2. Drag and drop that action in Test Editor area

Drag & Drop Action

3. Double Click Test Command

The user can double-click on the corresponding Action by expanding a particular Test Command.

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