Functionize offers a variety of ways to edit tests, including:
- Test Detail page: You can edit tests directly from the Test Detail page. To do this, click the “Edit” button in the top right corner of the page. You can then make any necessary changes to the test case, such as adding or removing steps, editing step parameters, or changing the expected results.
- Live Debug: Live Debug allows you to edit tests while they are running. This can be useful for debugging tests or for making minor changes to tests without having to re-record them. To use Live Debug, click the “Live Debug” button in the top right corner of the Test Detail page.
- Slider View page: You can edit tests from the Slider View page by clicking the “Edit” button next to the test case that you want to edit. You can then make any necessary changes to the test case, such as adding or removing steps, editing step parameters, or changing the expected results.
Here are some tips for editing tests in Functionize:
- Use descriptive names for your test cases and test steps. This will make your test cases easier to understand and maintain.
- Use variables to store data that is used in multiple test steps. This will make your test cases more reusable.
- Use assertions to verify the expected behavior of the application under test. This will help you to identify any unexpected behavior.
- Organize your test cases into logical groups. This will make it easier to find and edit the test cases that you need.
- Use Functionize’s built-in library of actions to automate common tasks. This will save you time and effort when editing your test cases.
Functionize also offers a number of resources to help you learn how to edit tests. These resources include tutorials, documentation, and support forums.
Overall, Functionize provides a variety of ways to edit tests, making it easy to keep your tests up-to-date and accurate.