When you record a test, Rapise translates your actions into a script. When you playback the test, the script is executed.
You can either run your script from the Command Line, or you can play it back while Rapise is open (described below):
You will first need to open your test. There is no need to have the AUT (Application Under Test) open. Rapise will open the AUT before it begins execution of the test.
Now, press the play button at the top of the Rapise toolbar.
During test execution, Rapise displays an execution monitor dialog box that lets the user see the progress of testing playback. The dialog is only shown during test execution and can be turned off in the Options dialog. The following is a screenshot of the test execution monitor.
The user can pause or stop the test execution by clicking either the
When Rapise is done executing the test, results will be displayed in a table. The rows with green text are steps that passed; the rows with red text are steps that failed. The following is a screenshot of test results where every step passed:
Test Execution Monitor¶
Shows test execution status during playback.
- Progress bar shows test execution progress. This is just an estimate (number of actions executed compared to previous number of actions)
Unresolved:- number of actions with corresponding execution status.
- Stop (Ctrl+Shift+F12) - terminate execution.
- Pause - hold test execution until another press of the same button.
- Hide - hide execution monitor itself. The monitor can be turned off at all in the Options dialog.
- For more information about the report, see Automated Reporting.
- For information about recording a test, see Recording.
- For instructions on using the Command Line, look HERE.