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.
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.
We use the Telerik Testing Framework to run our pre-release tests on our AJAX.NET solution. The newest version contains the MultiColumnComboBox. The problem is, that the Testing Framework is missing a wrapper for the new Control (as the other controls have).
When using the visual studio plug-in, if you update coded files (anything ending in .tstest.cs), when you open your project back up in TS standalone IDE, the changes you made to any given coded file will not automatically be detected so you must open up every .tstest file corresponding to the .tstest.cs files you changed in visual studio, and only then will the IDE see the changes
In the case when a custom layout is set and the Project explorer pane is hidden on the left side of Test Studio project, there is no indication if a new test is added in the project.
It will be very helpful if the Project Explorer pops up to indicate that adding the test was successful.
We are using telerik testing framework for Automation testing. Currently we are executing our scripts in a client VM using TFS builds. Now we would like transform to Docker Execution. We couldn't get the direct solution from any forum for Telerik Testing framework and Docker integration. So please help us on identifying the docker image for Telerik testing framework, so that we will make use of it and we will create a container for the same to run our test scripts in docker vm. Any websites/links related to this topic would be helpful for us.
At this point it is possible to run a WPF application with arguments only as a workaround - starting a separate process in a coded step as given in this example. It would be more useful if this feature is implemented when configure the WPF app in the test.
Currently any custom added dynamic target should be created separately for each next request.
For example, if there is a user session token generated in the first responses and used in the following requests (as a cookie, header, etc.), the only way to pass it to all upcoming requests is to create a new one for each request.
It will be useful to have the ability to reuse the already created custom target and only change its destination step.
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.
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.
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.
Currently Test Studio supports Toggle calendar action and selecting date from the visible month when automating Kendo Angular datepicker.
It will be helpful if the support is extended and setting the date directly in the KendoInput is also an option. As of now using Actions.SetText() is not triggering the necessary events and real user behavior is required to handle the scenario.
Depending on the exact implementation, a coded step may be required to enter valid date.