Steps to reproduce: 1. Create a simple html page with a link to https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M88NTGBA23M34 2. Start recording and navigate to the page created by you. 3. Right click on the link and select open in a new window. Expected: Test Studio should attach the recorder to the window. Actual: The new IE windows freezes. This happens almost all the time.
while executing the test script, we are unable to switch from frame1 to frame2 and access the text fields which are in frame2. Where we have recorded both the frames. Please tell us how we can switch from one frame to another using record option.
I started off recording for a test. I then created data under Local Data and changed the steps to bind to that local data. The step in the test showed "data bound" but the runner executed it passed the text contents of the field (which were empty) instead of the data bound values. This causes the test to fail. v 2016.2.630.0
1) Open a test that has a NavigateTo step 2) Start recording in IE (other browsers may be have the same problem) 3) Select the NavigateTo step and do Run Selected Steps Expected: The navigate to be performed and the recording window to be displayed. Actual: The navigate completes, but you don't get the recording window.
Attempt to invoke virtual method 'java.lang.String android.content.res.Resources.getResourceName(int)' on a null object reference
When I try to get an access to .Source property of ...Wpf.Image element, I get the following exception: Unable to cast object of type 'ArtOfTest.WebAii.Controls.Xaml.Wpf.BitmapFrameDecode' to type 'ArtOfTest.WebAii.Controls.Xaml.Wpf.ImageSource'. I want to have possibility to read file name of the displayed image in WPF application. To reproduce: Sample WPF application and a sample WPF test are provided in the internal description.
Steps to reproduce: 1. Execute the provided test in Edge browser Expected result: The test to be successfully executed. Actual behavior: The execution stops at the step to connect to the new popup window.
Access to the application and steps to reproduce are in the internal description.
Setup: Machine A - Test Studio Machine B - Scheduling and Storage Machine C - Remote Executor connected to Machine B When you run the customers test list it runs to completion. When you look at the results you get: Can't reach the remote executor; exception: An error occurred while sending the request. And the test list is marked Failed even though it actually passed. The location of the customers test plus repro steps will be add to the internal bug report.
Steps to reproduce: 1. Using the attached sample project execute test list 3 remotely. Expected result: The test list to pass successfully. Actual result: An exception is thrown.
The steps to reproduce and access to the application are in the internal description.
Customer specific application could not load the DOM in Chrome browser.
If the one intend to run a WPF test using ArtOfTest.Runner.exe and using environment variables for path to the application and to the test - it has to be done when default path to the application is not set. If it is set the ArtOfTest.Runner will trow an exception. For example: ArtOfTest.Runner.exe test="%TEST_PATH%\WPFTest.tstest" root="%TEST_PATH%"
Steps to reproduce: Use the attached project. 1. Execute the test list. 2. If using a coded test as step after the first failed iteration that throws an exception no other iterations are executed. 3. If using Test-as-step (not coded step) all iterations are executed as expected.
The text cursor (i.e. current position) is not visible in the Notes panel in a manual test. Steps to reproduce: 1. Create a manual test 2. Add a note Actual behavior: the text cursor is not visible Expected behavior: you should be able to see the text cursor
Steps to reproduce: 1. Create a Sitefinity test project and access its admin dashboard. 2. Use the attached test as a reference (since the user should be logged in) 3. Execute the test in Edge. 4. When trying to click on the 'Dashboard' element Edge turns to Not responding state and the test fails. Expected behavior: To execute the action and navigate to the respective page. Actual behavior: The test fails.
In the scheduling configuration the email notifications are configured along with sending attachments. The email subject time stamps are as UTC -5:00 and in the attachment it is UTC. Expected result: Both time stamps to be the same and equal to the system/machine time.
Steps to reproduce: 1. Go to the Help tab in Test Studio. 2. Click submit ticket. 3. Log into your Telerik account. Expected: To see the page with your tickets. Actual: The page is not rendered correctly and the customers are not able to see their tickets.