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Application Event Mobile Application Operation Step Defination

I Open the android native Application with “applicationVar_name” configuration

Mobile Step Definition

I Open the android native Application with “applicationVar_name” configuration

I Open the android native Application with “applicationVar_name” configuration

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I Open the android native Application with “applicationVar_name” configuration

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Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will Open the Selected native Mobile Application

Declaration
				
					Given I Open the android native Application with "App_config" configuration
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					<environment>
  <config>
    <name>App_config</name>
    <type>mobile_application</type>
        <platform_name>Android</platform_name>
        <android_automation_name>UiAutomator2</android_automation_name>
        <app_installer_path>E:/mobileTestApp/Instagram Lite.apk</app_installer_path>
        <app_package_name></app_package_name>
        <app_main_activity_name></app_main_activity_name>
        <grant_permissions>true</grant_permissions>
        <reset_app>true</reset_app>
  </config>
</environment>
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
Remarks
  1. The “applicationVar_name” that is used through application configuration file should be in double quotes.
Restriction
  1. “applicationVar_name” should be corresponds to a valid configuration.The application should be already installed on the mobile device.
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Resources - Projects

SAP Hana

SAP Hana

How to use user credentials for SAP Hana project
  1. Download and Extract Project:
    1. Download the project zip file.
    2. Extract the file to access the project folder.
  2. Open SoliteraTA Tool:
    1. Open the SoliteraTA tool on your system.
  3. Import Project:
    1. Click the plus (+) icon under the environment section in the SoliteraTA tool.
    2. Use the ‘import project’ option.
    3. Click on the ‘Browse’ button and open the extracted project folder to import the downloaded project.
  4. Prepare Test Data:
    1. Expand the imported project to find the ‘Test Data’ file.
    2. Open it and enter the user credentials in the respective fields.
  5. Execute Scripts:
    1. Navigate to the script editor section.
    2. Execute the automated scripts of the project as needed.

Disclaimer: SoliteraTA is solely an automation tool provider and does not have any affiliations, partnerships, or associations with any third-party applications for which we provide automated test cases.

Related projects

ServiceNow

ServiceNow Compatible version : Utah (Q1 2023) Total no. of scripts : 6 Author : SoliteraTA Last Updated on : 14/11/2023 Download zip How to

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SAP Hana

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Microsoft dynamics 365

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Resources - Projects

Microsoft dynamics 365

Microsoft dynamics 365

How to use user credentials and profile URL for Microsoft Dynamics 365 project
  1. Download and Extract Project:
    1. Download the project zip file.
    2. Extract the file to access the project folder.
  2. Open SoliteraTA Tool:
    1. Open the SoliteraTA tool on your system.
  3. Import Project:
    1. Click the plus (+) icon under the environment section in the SoliteraTA tool.
    2. Use the ‘import project’ option.
    3. Click on the ‘Browse’ button and open the extracted project folder to import the downloaded project.
  4. Setup profile URL:
    1. Expand the imported project to find the ‘Application’ file.
    2. Open it and change the respective profile URL with a new one..
  5. Prepare Test Data:
    1. Expand the imported project to find the ‘Test Data’ file.
    2. Open it and enter the user credentials in the respective fields.
  6. Execute Scripts:
    1. Navigate to the script editor section.
    2. Execute the automated scripts of the project as needed.

Disclaimer: SoliteraTA is solely an automation tool provider and does not have any affiliations, partnerships, or associations with any third-party applications for which we provide automated test cases.

Related projects

ServiceNow

ServiceNow Compatible version : Utah (Q1 2023) Total no. of scripts : 6 Author : SoliteraTA Last Updated on : 14/11/2023 Download zip How to

Read More »

SAP Hana

SAP Hana Compatible version : Latest version as on 04/08/2023 Total no. of scripts : 38 Author : SoliteraTA Last Updated on : 04/08/2023 Download

Read More »

Microsoft dynamics 365

Microsoft dynamics 365 Compatible version : 9.1.3.11 Total no. of scripts : 15 Author : SoliteraTA Last Updated on : 04/08/2023 Download zip How to

Read More »
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Resources - Projects

Salesforce

Salesforce

How to use user credentials for Salesforce project
  1. Download and Extract Project:
    1. Download the project zip file.
    2. Extract the file to access the project folder
  2. Open SoliteraTA Tool:
    1. Open the SoliteraTA tool on your system.Import Project:
      1. Click the plus (+) icon under the environment section in the SoliteraTA tool.
      2. Use the ‘import project’ option.
      3. Click on the ‘Browse’ button and open the extracted project folder to import the downloaded project.
  3. Prepare Test Data:
    1. Expand the imported project to find the ‘Test Data’ file.
    2. Open it and enter the user credentials in the respective fields.
  4. Execute Scripts:
    1. Navigate to the script editor section.
    2. Execute the automated scripts of the project as needed.
  5. Open SoliteraTA Tool:
    1. Open the SoliteraTA tool on your system.Import Project:
      1. Click the plus (+) icon under the environment section in the SoliteraTA tool.
      2. Use the ‘import project’ option.

Disclaimer: SoliteraTA is solely an automation tool provider and does not have any affiliations, partnerships, or associations with any third-party applications for which we provide automated test cases.

Related projects

ServiceNow

ServiceNow Compatible version : Utah (Q1 2023) Total no. of scripts : 6 Author : SoliteraTA Last Updated on : 14/11/2023 Download zip How to

Read More »

SAP Hana

SAP Hana Compatible version : Latest version as on 04/08/2023 Total no. of scripts : 38 Author : SoliteraTA Last Updated on : 04/08/2023 Download

Read More »

Microsoft dynamics 365

Microsoft dynamics 365 Compatible version : 9.1.3.11 Total no. of scripts : 15 Author : SoliteraTA Last Updated on : 04/08/2023 Download zip How to

Read More »
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Browser Events Mobile Application Operation Step Defination

navigate to “<testdata_name>” url

Mobile step-Definition

navigate to “<testdata_name>” url

navigate to “<testdata_name>” url

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navigate to “<testdata_name>” url

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Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will navigate to given url

Declaration
				
					Then navigate to "<SoliteraTA url>" url
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
A
SoliteraTA
www.soliterata.com
Remarks
  1. The “<testdata_name>” that is used through test data file should be in angular brackets
Restriction
  1. Given “<testdata_name>” should be a valid URL.
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Click & Touch Events Mobile Application Operation Step Defination

click on element “element_name” with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

Mobile Step Definition

click on element “element_name” with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

click on element “element_name” with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

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click on element “element_name” with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

Keyword

Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will click on element with its X and Y co-cordinates

Declaration
				
					Then click on element "SearchButton" with x value "<Value1>" and y value "<Value2>" in mobile screen
				
			
				
					<elements>
  <element> 
    <name>SearchButton</name>
    <type>XPATH</type>
    <value>//android.widget.ImageView[@content-desc="Search"]</value>
  </element>
</elements>
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
A
B
Value1
Value2
500
300
Remarks
  1. The “<testdata_name>” that is used through test data file should be in angular brackets
Restriction
  1. Value of X and Y co-ordinates should be in bounds of the mobile screen.
Categories
Mobile Application Operation Step Defination UI Verification

verify mobile device is locked

Mobile Step Definition

verify mobile device is locked

verify mobile device is locked

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verify mobile device is locked

Keyword

Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will verify the device is locked

Declaration
				
					Then verify mobile device is locked
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
Remarks

      NILL

Restriction

      NILL

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Click & Touch Events Mobile Application Operation Step Defination

swipe “<testdata_name>” mobile screen

Mobile Step Definition

swipe “<testdata_name>” mobile screen

swipe “<testdata_name>” mobile screen

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swipe “<testdata_name>” mobile screen

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Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will swipe into UP|DOWN|LEFT|RIGHT directions

Declaration
				
					Then swipe "<up>" mobile screen
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
A
up
UP
Remarks
  1. The “<testdata_name>” that is used through test data file should be in angular brackets
Restriction

          NILL

Categories
Click & Touch Events Mobile Application Operation Step Defination

double click on coordinates with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

Mobile Step Definition

double click on coordinates with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

double click on coordinates with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

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double click on coordinates with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

Keyword

Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will double click on element with X and Y co-ordinates

Declaration
				
					Then double click on coordinates with x value "<Value1>" and y value "<Value2>" in mobile screen
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
A
B
Value1
Value2
500
300
Remarks
  1. The “<testdata_name>” that is used through test data file should be in angular brackets
Restriction
  1. Value of X and Y co-ordinates should be in bounds of the mobile screen.
Categories
Click & Touch Events Mobile Application Operation Step Defination

click on coordinates with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

Mobile Step Definition

click on coordinates with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

click on coordinates with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

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click on coordinates with x value “<testdata_name>” and y value “<testdata_name>” in mobile screen

Keyword

Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will click on element with X and Y co-ordinates

Declaration
				
					Then click on coordinates with x value "<value1>" and y value "<value2>" in mobile screen
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
A
B
Value1
Value2
500
300
Remarks
  1. The “<testdata_name>” that is used through test data file should be in angular brackets
Restriction
  1. Value of X and Y co-ordinates should be in bounds of the mobile screen.

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