[create your first web app testing with akaat studio]

This sample is to demonstrate very fundamental web testing in akaAT Studio.

The application under test (AUT) is the http://google.com and the test scenario as below:

  • Open Chrome browser and navigate to the URL: http://google.com
  • Input search keyword text: “akaAT Studio – Automation Test Tool
  • Submit form search.
  • Verify google searched result pages should be displayed
  • Close Chrome browser.

Note : Before creating an automation test for the web, please update a WebDriver. From the main toolbar, select Tools > Update WebDriver.

  • Step 1: Right click on Test Cases > New > Normal Test Case. The Add New Normal Test Case File dialog will be displayed. Provide the name for the new test case, then click on [OK].

After that, the newly created test case will display under Test Cases section.

  • Step 2: Search “Open Browser” step to add to the test case
    - Drag and drop “Open Browser” step to the test case

  • Step 3: Click on [Data Input], the Data Input pop-up will be displayed, then input value for URL parameter of Open Browser step.

  • Step 4: Search “Send Keys” step to add to the test case

- Drag and drop the “Send Keys” step to the test case.
This action enters akaAT Studio – Automation Test Tool in the Search text box.

  • Step 5: Create Object Repository for Send Keys step
    - Create Object Repository
    - Select Object Repository from menu. Click the right mouse on “New”. User can create Folder inside Repository or create Object directly
    - After Creating a new Object, the Object detail screen displays 9 available locators
    - Input Locator Value is “q” for the Name locator strategy

    - After input corresponding Locator Value, click on [Save] button to save this newly created Object
    - Add Object Repository to the Set Text step
    - Click on the Object Repository cell

    \ - The UI Object screen will display a list of available locators. Click to the corresponding Object Repository which you want to input text, after that click on the [OK] button.

  • Step 6: Click on the “Data Input” cell to input text

  • Step 7: Search “Quit Browser” step to add to the test case
    - Drag and drop “Quit Browser” step to the test case
    - This action will close the current browser.

Step 8: Click on the execute icon to execute the test case