5. Mobile Testing – Setup Android or iOS Test Execution Server Preferences

Select the platform for Android and iOS for Mobile Web Testing.

Configuration → Mobile Testing

1) Mobile Web Testing for Android

✔   URL – Enter an Appium Server URL which is connected to an Android device

✔   Device Name – In case of Simulation Testing, user has to enter Device Name

✔   Command Timeout – Enter the time in milliseconds to test the connection of Android device

✔   Test Web Application – Mark checkbox for testing of web application on the Android device

✔   Browser – Select particular browser from the drop-down

✔   Application Path – Enter specific path from your local drive

✔   Test Connection – Test the connectivity with the Appium Server

✔   Restore Defaults – Reset to the factory default settings

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save changes

Mobile Testing → Android

2) Mobile Web Testing for iOS

✔   URL – Enter an Appium Server URL which is connected to an iOS device

✔   Device Name – In case of Simulation Testing, user has to enter device name

✔   Command Timeout – Enter the time in milliseconds to test the connection of iOS device

✔   Platform Version – Platform version of an iOS device

✔   Test Web Application – Mark checkbox for testing of web application in the iOS device

✔   Browser – Select a browser from the drop-down

✔   Application Path – Enter specific path from your local drive

✔   Test Connection – Test the connectivity with the Appium Server

✔   Restore Defaults – Reset to the factory default settings

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save changes

Mobile Testing → iOS

6. Report – Setup an Execution Report Preferences

✔   Capture Failure Screenshot – Mark this for capturing screenshots of the failure Test Case

✔   Capture Condition Failure Screenshot – Mark this for capturing screenshots of the failure Conditions

✔   Use Custom Report Path – Mark this to store reports on the different location rather than default. Click on to change the path of report

✔   Restore Defaults – Reset to the factory default settings

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save the changes

Configuration → Report

7. Recording – Setup Recording Rules to be Performed While Recording Test Scripts using Internal as well as External Browsers

✔   Add – Add Events for the recording behavior before generating scripts with Record and Playback function

✔   Remove – Delete particular or set of Events from the existing rules for the recording behavior requirement

✔   Defaults – Display default list of Events (recording rules)

✔   Wait for Element – Sets mainly for recording “wait for element” test command in user’s test cases when he/she records a website

By Default, TestingWhiz provides 18 Events (recording rules).

Configuration → Recording

8. Data Validation Rules – Setup Data Validation Rules for the Process of Data Cleansing

By Default, TestingWhiz provides 9 Alias for Data Validation.
Configuration → Data Validation

✔   Add – Insert more Alias, Java Expression, and Input for data validation

3 Character String Data Validation Rule

✔   Edit – Changes in Alias, Java Expression, and Input for Data Validation

✔   Remove – Delete a particular or a set of Alias and related Java Expression and Input for the requirement of data validation

9. Screen – Setup the Display Preferences

✔   Show Welcome Screen – Mark this to view Welcome Screen on every startup of the application

✔   Show Active Screen – Mark this to view Active Screen or Current Screen during test execution with Screenshot Delay (in seconds) and can select delay from drop-down

✔   Restore Defaults – Reset to the factory default settings

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save the changes

Configuration → Screen

10. Mail – Configure Mail Account with TestingWhiz to Send Test Reports through Mail

✔   SMTP Server – Outgoing Mail Server details of the user's Email Address

✔   SMTP Port – Port details of authorized user’s Email Address

✔   Username & Password – User's server credentials to configure Email Address in TestingWhiz

✔   To – Recipients Email Address

✔   Subject– Subject of the Email

✔   Message Content – Content of an Email (Optional)

✔   Signature – Signature of User (Optional)

✔   Send Test Mail – Click this to test whether an Email has been configured correctly or not

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save the changes

Configuration → Mail

11. Database – Configure Database to Fetch Data Directly into the Data Table and Run Raw Queries

✔   Database Type – Click on Add and select Database Type from the drop-down

Select a Database

✔   Database Alias – Enter the Database Alias

✔   Database Name – Enter the Database Name

✔   Host – Enter the location (IP address) where the database is to be hosted

✔   Port – Enter the Port of the Database

If Port Number is not specified, then it will take default Port Number.

✔   Username & Password – Enter the Username & Password to authorize the Database

✔   Edit – Click on it to do changes in any field of Database

✔   Remove – Click on it to delete particular Database

✔   Import – Click on it to import the Database Connection configuration in TestingWhiz

✔   Export – Click on it to export the Database configuration

✔   Click OK.

✔   Test Connection – Test the connectivity with the Database

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save the changes

Configuration → Database

Refer YouTube Link - Automated Database Testing

12. FTP – Setup FTP to Upload Files on Server

✔   FTP Type – Click on Add and select Connection Type from the drop-down

Select a Protocol

✔   SFTP Alias – Changes in Alias, Java Expression, and Input for Data Validation

✔   Host Name – Enter the location (IP address) where the SFTP is to be hosted

✔   Port – Enter the Port of the SFTP

✔   Username & Password – Enter the Username & Password to authorize the SFTP

✔   Edit – Click on it to do changes in any field of SFTP

✔   Remove – Click on it to delete particular SFTP

✔   Click OK.

✔   Test Connection – Test the connectivity with the SFTP

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save the changes

Configuration → FTP

13. TestingWhiz Grid – Setup TestingWhiz Grid to Distribute the Test Execution across Multiple Machines and Reduce the Execution Time

TestingWhiz Grid is Distribution Testing feature which lets users run their automated scripts on multiple nodes in parallel to a centralized server and multiply your test efforts in a cost-effective manner.

✔   Hub Server URL – Enter Server URL of a centralized server/main machine which is connected to other machines

✔   Test Connection – Test the connectivity with the Hub Server URL

✔   Restore Defaults – Reset to the factory default settings

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save the changes

Configuration → TestingWhiz Grid

14. Report Repository – Setup Report Repository to Store the Execution Reports in MongoDB Database

✔   Report Repository Server – Enter Server IP address

✔   Report Repository Port – Enter Port Number

✔   Report Repository Database Name – Enter Database Name

✔   Report Repository Username – Enter Username of Database

✔   Report Repository Password – Enter Password of Database

✔   Store Results in MongoDB Instance – Mark this to store results in MongoDB Instance

✔   Test Connection – Test the connectivity with the Hub Server URL

✔   Restore Defaults – Reset to the factory default settings

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save the changes

Configuration → Report Repository

15. Bug Tracking Tool – Configure Bug Tracking Tool Accounts to Post Bugs Directly from TestingWhiz

TestingWhiz provides integration with Atlassian JIRA, Mantis and FogBugz to help users for seamlessly report bugs and track the status thereof. The user can directly push failed test cases to the Defect Tracking Tools along with the captured screenshots.

Select any of the Bug Tracking Tools from Mantis, Jira, and FogBugz.

Configuration → Bug Tracking Tool

✔   Select the Bug Tracking Tool as Mantis.

✔   Alias – Click on Add and enter Alias of the Bug Tracking Tool

✔   URL – URL of Bug Tracking Tool

✔   Username & Password – Enter Username & Password to establish a connection with Mantis

✔   Click OK.

✔   Test Connection – Test the connectivity with the Bug Tracking Tool Mantis

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save changes

Bug Tracking Tool → Mantis

16. Test Management Tool – Configure Quality Center with TestingWhiz

TestingWhiz integrates Test Management Tools like HP Quality Center to help users to synchronize their test cases with it in real-time.

With these integrations, users can submit their defects, executed reports & test script directly to the Test Management tool of their choice and generate better visibility to track and manage your test cases.

Configuration → Test Management Tool

✔   Select the Quality Center from Test Management Tool.

✔   Alias – Click on Add and enter Alias of the Test Management Tool (E.g. HP QC)

✔   URL – URL of HP QC

✔   Username & Password – Enter Username & Password to authorize Test Management Tool

✔   Click OK.

✔   Test Connection – Test the connectivity with the Test Management Tool

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save changes

Test Management Tool → Quality Center

18. SVN – Access Check-in, Check-out, Commit features for Team Collaboration

✔   Alias – Click on Add and enter Alias name of the SVN connection 

✔   URL – URL of Connection

✔   Username & Password – Enter Username & Password to establish an SVN connection

✔   Click OK.

✔   Test Connection – Click Test Connection to test the SVN server connection

✔   Apply – Click on it to confirm and save the changes

Configuration  SVN

19. Install/Update – Configure Settings for Installation & Updates of TestingWhiz

✔   Browsing for Updates – While updating a browser, choose option either Show only latest versions of available software or Show all versions of available software

✔   Software Compatibility for an Install Wizard – When selected software is not compatible for installed wizard, choose option either Open Wizard to review/change selections or Report only problems or Ask me what to do when the software is not compatible for the install wizard

Configuration → Install/Update

✔   Click on Uninstall or Update software to see TestingWhiz Installation Details

✔   Select latest TestingWhiz software from Installed Software Tab and click on Update or Uninstall button.

TestingWhiz Installation Details → Installed Software

✔   Click on Installed History Tab to see previous configurations

✔   The user can Compare, Delete and Revert the configuration

Installation History

✔   Click on Features Tab to see the list of Provided Features and their Providers

✔   Click on License button to see Eclipse license

✔   Click on Plug-in Details to see plugins contributed by feature: org.eclipse.emf.common

Features

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