UiPath Test Suite

UiPath Test Suite


23 May 2022

Automation Suite 2022.4.0 is now available.

9 May 2022

What’s New

The testing portfolio capabilities have been expanded to include user and group access management, new integrations, and test execution improvements, to name a few.

If you have followed our Cloud releases, you might be familiar with some of the additions to this release.

User and group access management

Organization Administrators and Project Owners can now authorize users or groups to projects in Test Manager.

To assign users and groups to projects, see User and group access management.

Redmine Integration

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.

Bulk operations

Bulk operations are now available in Test Manager. You can delete multiple objects at once, such as requirements, test cases, test sets, and test results. Additionally, you can edit the labels for multiple objects in one go to speed up work on large numbers of objects.

For more information, see Bulk operations.

Document with Task Capture

Creation of manual tests is now simplified when you document with Task Capture. You can add any recorded steps as manual steps to your test cases.

For more information, see Creating steps from recording.

Test results

You can set test execution results for test cases even without manual steps. This, for instance, allows to set results on automated test cases in situations where automated execution is not possible.

For more information, see Setting test execution results.

Display affected requirements

Test reporting is now improved as the execution log provides information on affected requirements. You can assess the impact in the Affected requirements tab.

For more information, see Execution log.

Test reporting

The test results display got revamped to provide more detailed information in a structured way. A separate view for assertions including screenshots has been added, as well as detailed information about the execution, such as exceptions, execution environment, and arguments.

For more information, see Execution log.

UX Improvements

Implemented several changes to improve product experience to better align with other UiPath products.


The following endpoints are available in the new ObjectLabels scope, so you can interact with Test Manager object labels (e.g., requirements, test cases, labels) through the API.

GET /api/objectlabels/project/{projectId}/all
GET /api/objectlabels/object/{objectId}/all
POST /api/objectlabels/object/{id}/assign
POST /api/objectlabels/object/{id}/unassign

For more information, see Test Manager Permissions.

Bug Fixes

Users with allocated licenses were unable to get full access to Test Manager due to a user session issue.

What do the labels mean?

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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.

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