What’s New with Worksoft Certify

Accelerate Testing with New Features in Worksoft Certify

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Run SoapUI API Tests as End-to-End Tests

APIs or SOA data on the wire is an essential part of complete end-to-end testing. New and existing SoapUI tests can be run from Certify to stimulate your end-to-end data process.

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Automated Support for Exploratory Testing

Certify’s new exploratory testing capability allows QA and business users to record their work and create exploratory tests in real-time. When the exploration is done it can be marked as a success or failure, and captured with detailed screen shots. Failing tests can be seen along with automated results, and defects can be pushed to a defect tracking system (HP ALM, Jira, ServiceNow).

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Run Certify Processes from any Continuous Delivery Platform at Scale

Certify provides command line test execution from your desktop. Since accessing a desktop is not a given in a DevOps CI/CD process, a REST interface to Certify Execution Manager allows remote command and control of Certify test execution. Certify Execution Manager can also be used to enable Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Testing scenarios. Plus, you can run a Certify test from your CI server (Jenkins, TFS, etc.) and pass build numbers for reporting via REST calls to Execution Manager to run tests in remote or cloud based test labs.

Process Compare for Consolidation and Better Test Reuse

Process Compare allows you to select two process in the same project to visually inspect similarities. This helps determine whether an existing process can be reused or a new process is required. It is also useful for performing consolidations and cleaning up test libraries, enabling you to answer questions like:

  • Are their differences in the values obtained for this set?
  • Are there missing or extra steps?
  • What does the comparative metadata look like?

Find and Replace to Create Reusable Data Driven Tests

Automatic record sets and layout generation usually get the job done when working with a single test. But when your end-to-end testing spans disparate systems, you can now perform a mass find-and-replace to use one variable across many different tests. This fast editing reduces manual work and makes the transition from hard coded to data driven testing quick and easy.

Results History Compare for DevOps Visibility

Results history compare lets you to view the history of process results with one click. This makes it easy to view the pass/fail history of a process and select past results for comparison. With the introduction of Agile, continuous testing and continuous integration, and continuous delivery, organizations are beginning to run tests more frequently - sometimes even multiple times a day. When tests fail, it’s important to understand results in a historical context.