Elena Tsvetkova
Team Member

Test Studio adds AWSSDK.Core.dll to other Telerik projects

1. Create a new WebForm project, build it, no AWSSDK.Core.dll in the bin folder.
2. Converted the project to a "Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX" project, build it, and now the AWSSDK.Core.dll and AWSSDK.S3.dll are added to the bin folder.



Expected: These are not required outside of Test Studio.
Feedback by Elena Tsvetkova Status: Reviewed by QA Comments: 0 Last update: 2017-10-18T06:41:16 by Ivaylo Todorov
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Andy Wieland
Team Member

load capture

I am unable to capture Load scenario traffic, from an existing web test, on Server 2012 R2 machine, running Test Studio version 2017.2.615.0
I am attaching the screenshot of what I am getting in each browser. It appears to be a certificate issue possibly.
Problem by Andy Wieland Status: Not Done Comments: 3 Attachments: 1 Last update: 2017-10-17T11:44:55 by Ivaylo Todorov
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Elena Tsvetkova
Team Member

Compile errors related to the Pages file appear if a project is manually copied to a remote location

Steps to repdoduce:

Using VS2013 open a .tstest file from the Solution Explorer window. Make any change to the .tstest file (ie. uncheck and recheck a 'Coded Step' check box).
Save the .tstest file
Click 'Clean Solution'
Click 'Build Solution'
Copy all solution files to a folder on a virtual Windows 10 desktop that has the Telerik Test Studio Runtime 2017.1 installed.
Use a batch file to call ArtOfTest.exe to run the .tstest file
Getting multiple compile errors when ArtOfTest.exe starts the .tstest file


As a workaround the following approach could be applied:



Inserting this line in the pre-build event for the projects that have a pages.g.vb file:
powershell -ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -command "(get-item C:\PathToProjectRootFolder\pages.g.vb).LastWriteTime = get-date"
With that script in the pre-event, we need to either do a save all then build solution, or build the solution twice, and the pages.g.vb file no longer creates an issue of blocking compilation on the runtime machines
Feedback by Elena Tsvetkova Status: Reviewed by QA Comments: 0 Last update: 2017-10-17T11:35:12 by Ivaylo Todorov
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Nikolay Petrov
Team Member

Publish result to the TFS build server problem

The selected results does not publish to the TFS build server to be associated with a specific product build.
Problem by Nikolay Petrov Status: Reviewed by QA Comments: 0 Last update: 2017-10-17T10:49:47 by Ivaylo Todorov
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Boyan Boev
Team Member

Breakpoints support for nested tests

When you include a test as a step into a higher level test, breakpoints in the inner test don't work.

This is very inconvenient when you want to execute a "tree" of tests and need to stop in one of the nested tests.
Feature Request by Boyan Boev Status: Not Done Comments: 6 Last update: 2017-10-13T19:48:02 by Sarah Robinson
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Cody Gibson

Add Focus property to Click and Set Text action steps

Desktop commands (e.g. Left Click on xxx) have a Focus property which controls whether or not a Scroll To Visible happens at the beginning of the step. When you turn on Simulate Real Typing (Set Text) or Simulate Real Click (Click X) I want the ability to disable Scroll To Visible. However I can't because these steps have no Focus property on them.

In addition, I would like to be able to control what the default recorded setting will be. Currently Desktop commands default to Focus being checked and I'd rather have the default to be unchecked.
Feature Request by Cody Gibson Status: Not Done Comments: 2 Last update: 2017-10-13T15:39:32 by Andy Wieland
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Cody Gibson

Only scroll to visible the target element when necessary

Currently when a test step is set to SimulateRealClick or SimulateRealTyping, the target element is unconditionally scrolled to the top of the browser window, even in cases where the element is already visible.
It would be more efficient to test if the target element is already fully visible and only scroll when needed.
Feature Request by Cody Gibson Status: Not Done Comments: 2 Last update: 2017-10-13T15:39:08 by Andy Wieland
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Elena Tsvetkova
Team Member

Telerik.TestStudio.CommandLineClient cannot execute test lists when the project is bound to source control

Feedback by Elena Tsvetkova Status: Reviewed by QA Comments: 0 Last update: 2017-10-13T14:33:34 by Ivaylo Todorov
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Elena Tsvetkova
Team Member

applying BaserURL in Settings.xml file

Executing a test list with ArtOfTest.Runner using a Settings.xml file does not take the BaseURL into account.

Note: if elementWaitTimeout=" enableScriptLogging=" are removed from file then the BaseURL is applied to the test list execution regardless of the test list settings.

It would be useful to sort out what are the priorities for test and test list execution from command line using settings.xml file.
Feedback by Elena Tsvetkova Status: Reviewed by QA Comments: 0 Last update: 2017-10-13T11:32:36 by Ivaylo Todorov
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Elena Tsvetkova
Team Member

Specific aiiresult file causes crash in the Result Viewer

Steps to reproduce:
1. Open the attached file.

Expected: To view the results successfully.

Actual: The Results Viewer crashes.


The file is generated randomly by the test list execution.
Feedback by Elena Tsvetkova Status: Reviewed by QA Comments: 0 Last update: 2017-10-13T06:58:40 by Ivaylo Todorov
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