When I search for something in the Project Explorer and press X the folders keep expanded. When searching for something general, you need to close each folders by pressing the collapse arrow. Collapse all button will be a great feature.
When an automated test fails, it can sometimes be down to environmental issues or network instability and sometimes a rerun of the test would cause it to pass. It would be good if there was an option to rerun test x number of times on failure. This is particularly useful for automated deployments which run and can be hampered by tests that fail first time but potentially will pass a second or third time if run.
Currently when you move or delete the last coded step from a test the code-behind file still remains in the project. It would be nice if we delete the code-behind when no coded steps are left in the test. We can also put a confirm dialog, asking for permission to proceed, otherwise, some code-behind files can be deleted by mistake.
In the new build pipeline in TFS 2015, there is no ability to run Test Studio tests because it uses a different build agent than the XAML builds, failing because of lack of interactivity. According to Telerik Support, this is a known issue. Going forward, I would hope that Telerik would support this new build automation from TFS.
Can we have an option in the right click menu of a script that gives the list of scripts where that particular script is used as a step. The list will have the step descriptions and script names like we get when we click on 'Used By' option by right clicking an element.
Firefox version 60.0.1 and getting the following error when tyring to invoke SetCookie ArtOfTest.WebAii.Exceptions.ExecuteCommandException: 'ExecuteCommand failed! InError set by the client. Client Error: JSON.parse: unexpected character at line 1 column 1 of the JSON data Additional details shared internally!
With the new tabbed view of tests, the ability to close one test at a time can be slow. Provide ability to select more than one test to close at a time. One idea is that since the tabs look similar to visual studio, maybe provide close all, close all but this. Another idea is to allow the user to click on multiple tabs with control so it mult-selects the specific tests to close.
Visual Studio 2015 has been fully released. I am not sure how visual studio extensions works, but I would assume that making Test Studio extension in Visual Studio 2015 is possible. Is there a way to make it available to whatever visual studio version that exists and the future versions that come in the future instead of having to code for a specific version?
Please add the option "Used by" for a test, like we do have it for an element. It would be extremely useful to know for example how many times you've used a test as step and in which tests. Thanks
Hi team, I would like to have the functionality to rename steps within a mobile test. Currently, the test is just full of "gesture" and "tap", which doesn't convey any useful information at first glance. Thanks! Ryan
Possible integration with Atlassian’s JIRA to post bugs using the details of the test case that failed.
I really miss a button on the Telerik Test Studio GUI that allows me to compile the current Test. This would be handy when doing a lot of custom code in the code behind file. Instead if I want to verify that my code compiles I have to hit the Run button, which causes IE to run. In this case I don't want the test to run, I simply want to know if I have compile errors or not.
Issue: When choosing Run To Here in Test Studio v 2013.1, the test always executes in IE. It doesn't matter what browser is selected in the toolbar. Steps to Replicate: 1. Create a new test 2. Add a Test as Step 3. Select any browser except IE 4. Right click on the newly added Test as Step 5. Hover over Run 6. Click "Run to Here" 7. Test runs only in IE Expected Behavior: The test should open in the browser specified (i.e not Internet Explorer if a user has specified Chrome)
When using a CI server such as TeamCity it would be really nice to be able to do remote execution from the command line, and specify a set of machines in order to get parallel test execution.