Our Situation with Oracle Forms Testing
When the development process for a release of our tool PITSS.CON is finished by developers, we have to extensively test it before it is shipped to the customer. The tests can be manually handled by our test team which is testing new options and changes of our application which is really time extensive. The tests can be done also automatically by using OpenScript (as a part of Oracle OATS suite).
Our Benefit of Oracle Automated Testing Suite (Oracle OATS)
At the end, we can say that many times the process of preparing a new version of our application is automated, so we can include the testing part with OpenScript option before preparing a new version of our application. If everything is OK with the test scripts of our application, the installation is prepared automatically. If Errors occur during the running of OpenScripts, we cancel the process of preparing a new version of our application and inform our developers (via email) which testing scripts are finished with errors and pinpoint the problems in the new version of our application. With the described process, we can save a lot of time on our side and make sure that the customer gets a new version of our application only when everything is OK. The errors and problems with a new version of our application on customer side are dramatically minimized.
How to make automatic test is described in 10 simple steps below:
- Connect to the remote computer where our application can be run by the OpenScript
- Open OpenScript application
- Create new script
- Pick the option Oracle EBS/Forms (if you test the Oracle forms application) and click Next
- Write the name of the script and click Finish
- New script is opened in the Tree View
- Record the testing scriptGo to the application page and through the process which you want to test
- Playback the script and check is everything is OK
You can view the recorded screenshots and other script data
- The generated report is in the working OATS script directory, where you can see all the collected data from the recorded scriptReport BasicReport.htm
- We can check the ‘think time’ between the steps in the script and change it (if the time is to large)
Don’t forget to save the script 🙂
I hope you will make many more.
We can check the ‘Java Code’ tab for the recorded script in java language and modify the script with new java statements. For example we add statement browser.close() to close the browser when we exit the application. Every step in the testing script of our application can be written with java statement so you can control the process of testing all the way in OpenScript.