Ten products, one platform.
Automation Suite is the platform that brings together almost all UiPath products under one installation package for both cloud and on-premises environments. Test Manager is included in the platform as part of your fully automated enterprise™.
Hallo, Hola and Bonjour are just a few of our new greetings for you. Test Manager has added support for the following languages:
- Spanish (Mexic)
- Portuguese (Brazil)
- Chinese Simplified
* Includes language support for the MSI installer.
Using UiPath Task Capture to document test cases for the first time has become easier, as the download button is available when you trigger a
Document with Task Capture action. This addition creates a frictionless initial setup across the UiPath Platform.
To start capturing steps for your test cases, see Document Test Cases with Task Capture.
Now you can execute automated test cases from test sets that were created in Test Manager.
See Executing Automated Tests.
The clipboard value is highlighted inline in the step description to indicate which value is currently in the clipboard during manual testing.
When you analyze test case logs, you can navigate directly to your test case information through the Open Test Case button.
See Test case logs.
Administrators can now delete test executions.
You can automatically gather information about which programs or transactions an SAP test case is testing. This information is collected during test runs and applied to test cases in Test Manager as labels.
See SAP Automation in the Studio Guide.
The look and feel comes with changes too, adding a Test Case tab to the Requirements page and suggestive icons to the Test Results page.
Search your test cases through a new POST method using individual or multiple labels.
See Test Manager Permissions
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This version of Test Manager is available in two deployment models:
- standalone Test Manager
- Test Manager service which is part of Automation Suite
The product is similar enough across deployment types to share the same documentation.
But differences do exist. When certain information applies to only one of the deployments, we use the following labels:
- - only applies to standalone Test Manager and does not apply to Automation Suite Test Manager.
- - only applies to Automation Suite Test Manager and does not apply to standalone Test Manager.
Whenever there is no label, the information applies to both deployment types.
Updated 4 months ago