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Updated on December 13, 2021

  • Delaying scenario test execution

    You can delay the execution of a test to add latency to a web browser and actions on a web page. This prevents tests from failing when a dynamic web page does not load all page elements at once, but the test finds the page elements that render immediately.

  • Automatically rerunning failed scenario tests

    You can automatically rerun scenario test cases after they fail. Test cases can sometimes fail if there are temporary stability issues on your environment, or if there are first-time First Use Assembly (FUA) issues that could cause the application UI to be rendered slowly.

  • Grouping scenario tests into suites

    Group related scenario tests into test suites to run multiple scenario test cases in a specified order. You can then run the scenario test suites as part of purpose-specific tests, such as smoke tests, regression tests, or outcome-based tests. Additionally, you can disable or quarantine individual scenario tests for an application so that they are not executed when the test suite runs.

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