UiPath Test Suite

UiPath Test Suite

Document Test Cases with Task Capture


UiPath Task Capture is a process discovery tool that helps you document your test cases to avoid manually downloading the images and typing titles for each of the included actions.

Working in the background, the tool captures the performed steps, takes screenshots with every mouse click, and collects smart data about the process statistics (execution time, number of steps, text entries, etc.). You can edit and annotate each screenshot and add information for each step.

Based on the captured data, UiPath Task Capture builds a comprehensive Process Definition Document (PDD) in a .ssp, .docx and .jpg (diagram image) format that can be easily uploaded to Test Manager.

For more information, see Task Capture Introduction.

Document with Task Capture

To document test cases with Task Capture, follow these steps:

  1. Open your project in Test Manager.
  2. Open a test case in Test Manager. If you do not have a test case yet, see Create Test Cases.
  3. Open the Manual Steps tab.
  4. Click Document with Task Capture.
    If you already have Task Capture installed, skip the following note.



Click Download and select the Task Capture version that you want to download. For more information, see Task Capture Installation.

If requested, grant permission to your browser to open an external application.

  1. Choose whether to build a diagram or capture a process.
  2. When you complete documenting your test case in Task Capture, publish the workflow to Test Manager.
    The workflow will be attached to your test case in the Manual Steps tab.

Working with Task Capture files

You can view your Task Capture files published to Test Manager by opening a test case in the Test Cases page, and then navigating to the Manual Steps tab.

To download files, choose View Diagram to view the action sequence diagram, or Open Recording to view your Process Definition Document as a Word exported file.

Updated 4 months ago

Document Test Cases with Task Capture

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