- Getting Started
- Test Sets
- Executing Tests
- Test Results
- Export Data
- Bulk Operations
The team has been busy meeting your testing needs and is now ready to present a new Test Manager release.
To give you a brief overview, RBAC is now available, alongside new integration and communication paths with UiPath Studio and external tools
If you've tried the Automation Cloud version, you might recognize these updates.
Restore Test Manager projects from a file. This allows you to export data from external sources such as Excel and restore it into Test Manager. The file format is well documented and easy to generate.
If you manage your issues or requirements in Redmine, the integration with Test Manager allows you to create defect reports from test results and sync requirements from Redmine to Test Manager.
To configure the connection, see Redmine Integration
Role-based access control (RBAC) is now available in Test Manager. You can assign roles such as Test Manager, Test Designer, Manual Tester, Test Executor, or Read-Only to your users and groups to authorize them on their part in the testing effort.
Export Test Manager data in XLSX format to create your custom reports.
When you analyze test executions, you now have the option to navigate to the test set that has been executed (see Analyze Test Results).
Upload test results directly from Studio to Test Manager for your test runs, executed within Studio. This is the quickest and easiest way to generate results for Test Manager.
Find the items that you want with filters for requirements, test cases, test sets, and test results.
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API V1 deprecation
Test Manager V1 will be deprecated and no longer supported starting with the 2023.4 release (see Test Manager deprecation timeline.
For projects that don’t have Manage Access enabled, the Open Test and Unlink Test options aren't available to perform from the designer ribbon in Studio, due to a faulty API.
We recommend that you regularly check the deprecation timeline for any updates regarding features that will be deprecated and removed.