Add an option for calibrating in Test Studio Runtime
It will be much easier and faster to configure the browsers if we have such functionality in case you don't have installed Test Studio Standalone version.
Posted on:10 Nov 2017 20:35
Posted on:10 Nov 2017 14:37
I saw that on the release notes. Thank you for implementing!
Posted on:10 Nov 2017 08:57
Hi, this is implemented in Test Studio now.
There are two options:
1. You can calibrate your remote machine browsers from Test Studio remotely from the View Execution Status Dialog (https://docs.telerik.com/teststudio/features/scheduling-test-runs/view-execution-status).
2. Browsers on remote machines get calibrated automatically on each test list run if you check the corresponding option in the test list settings for each test list - AutoCalibrateBrowsers.
Posted on:20 Apr 2017 11:57
Hi, this feature will be part of the upcoming Test Studio major release, planned for end of May.
Product Manager, Test Studio
Posted on:19 Apr 2017 15:19
Is it planned in the next release?
Posted on:22 Aug 2016 18:21
I have the same need as David Burns.
Posted on:08 Jan 2016 22:40
Yes, I need this feature through the runtime as well, not just the standalone.
Posted on:21 Apr 2014 19:32
As part of the acceptance criteria for this feature, I would love to see the capability to execute this from the command line - this would allow the calibration to be executed by something like Puppet or Chef.
As part of a new VM deployment, you could have Puppet / Chef install the run time edition and calibrate the browser. This would allow you to be up and running with no human intervention.
(Sorry for the late addition, only just thought of it when I saw the updated feedback wiz by the inbox.)
Posted on:21 Apr 2014 19:18
This is a great request. Thank you!
I've added it to our feature backlog for further review.
Posted on:31 Mar 2014 11:40
This would be of great help to us as well.
Posted on:01 Nov 2013 19:57
As I get ready to deploy more and more tests to RTE machines, this suggestion becomes more and more important.
Posted on:22 May 2013 18:39
Totally agree with this - would be a great utility to include in the run time only edition...