Sometimes customers want to be able to run their test with the browser launching in a special mode (e.g. incognito mode, custom/specific user profile, etc.). If the customer could add custom command line parameters to be used when launching the browser they could accomplish this.
The imported test was created with data binding. After I imported the test successfully, I did not get/have the xls that was used in the other project. The test execution fails due to the missing data source file.
Allow deserialization of dateTime values to strings instead of DateTime objects when extracting such with JSONPath.
When a dateTime value is returned in a JSON response ("2019-04-08T00:00:00") and a JSONPath expression is used to extract it from that response, Test Studio deserializes it to a DateTime object. This leads to losing its original format.
It will be useful to have the option to deserialize it in a plain string value.
Visual Studio behaves differently when using the PresentationCore.dll and on scaling different than 100% - here is some additional information about the Microsoft DPIHelper class.
Using this one somehow interferes with how Test Studio and the Testing Framework handles the different display scaling settings and causes some actions to be performed on wrong element.
GetComputedStyle() for hyphenated computed style against Microsoft Edge does fails with the following error:InnerException: System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundException: The given key was not present in the dictionary.
Currently iOS Xamarin application can be configured to be testable on a Mac machine.
A good extension of the feature will be to add the ability to build the iOS application from Visual Studio on Windows machine.
Add Test As Step in Test Studio Mobile project. This will enable me to better organize the test scenarios and reuse already recorded tests.
The same feature is available in Web & Desktop projects.
It will be useful to implement handling the scenario where a page supports multiple files download in a sequence
- a prompt to decide whether to allow or block the multiple files download,
- download dialog steps to handle each of the files download location.
I have some databound parrent tests.
For these I have created seperate sheets in my excel, to ensure my part test are working i switch their databinding between the sheets to ensure them working in all environments.
Everytime i rebind a test the excel file gets corrupted! I have to restart the computer and then it works again… What is the fix for this?
I have attached an example of being unable to open the excel document!
Changing the DPI settings to 125%, for example, on Windows 7 causes troubles with the Desktop clicks when running tests against Chrome. The click is below or above the target element. Highlighting in record mode may also be affected.
Workaround: As a workaround the Desktop clicks (MouseClick() method) can be replaced with the Click() method, which works as expected. The alternative in a non-coded solution is to disable the 'SimulateRealClick' option for the click steps.
In VS 2010 and VS 2008 there was the Test View. From there you can get at a number of Test Studio specific test level settings, such as BrowserType, SilverlightEnabled, etc. There appears to be no equivalent in VS 2012. Test View has been replaced with a Test Explorer, but clicking on a test in Test Explorer does not bring up any test properties. As a result it appears you have no method to get at the Test Studio specific settings in VS 2012.
In VS2010, "this.ExecutionContext.DeploymentDirectory" returns the path to the default deployment directory. In VS2012 however, there is no such default directory and same property returns the path to the project folder. This is really confusing for our customers and we need to either change the implementation or remove that property completely. The following article describes how to set a deployment directory in VS2012: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/ms182475(v=vs.110).aspx