Congratulations! You’ve just completed your first automated software test with Ranorex Studio.
If you’re feeling like more testing action, go ahead and try the short tutorial on causing a test failure below.
Or simply read our recommendation on how to spend your next hour with Ranorex Studio at the bottom of the page.
In this chapter
Causing a test failure
Test failures are part of testing. Let’s produce one in a controlled environment to see what they look like in Ranorex Studio.
Changing to Recorder view
Simply cause the test to fail due to a wrong ‘user’ input:
Select action #3 and directly change the text input to Sally
Manual change of text input
Finally, you receive a failure test report
- The report states that the current welcome message ‘Welcome, Sally!’ does not match the reference text ‘Welcome, Harry!’
- Therefore, the test validation has failed and the test was aborted
Failure test report
Your next Ranorex hour
Want to know more? Here is where to find out more about automated testing with Ranorex!
Ranorex Studio is the heart piece software. In this introduction you receive an overview of the start page, you learn how to create and start a new test solution and we introduce the main components of the working environment.
If you want to know more about recording and automating a test, this chapter is best for you. Here we introduce the Recorder, explain how to record a test, teach you how to analyze recordings, set run- and debug options and introduce the Recorder hotkeys.
The test suite is where you begin to structure and modularize recordings. Here we explain to efficiently build complex test solutions out of small recording modules. Want to apply Ranorex efficiently right from the beginning? Then this is the place to continue with!