Here we will discuss on creating connectivity with SQL Server database from a Virtual Machine to a SQL Server instance running on the host machine. In this post we will also discuss on connecting Tables in Stores of Test Complete.
So far in Video series of Test Complete we saw many posts starting from Test complete IDE till Test Complete Name mapping. But today we are going to discuss one of the most important feature of Test complete called DDT (Data Driven Testing).
As our test grows bigger and bigger, we always need to isolate our test data with our actual scripts, also we don’t want to hard code our scripts with input data, hence Data driven Testing comes in to play.
With Test completes features in DDT, we can import data from varied data sources like
ADO Database Connectivity
In this post we are going to discuss on importing data from CSV file and EXCEL file.
In this post we are going to discuss about TestComplete Logs. Logging is one of the best feature available in Test Complete which helps Automation test engineer to keep track of the events, errors, warning along with and without Pictures.
Logs created in Test Complete can also be exported to a HTML file or to a CSV file or to an XML file.
We can also create custom log messages, log errors and organize the log files according to our needs as a folder structure.
Let’s see how to work in Test Complete log file in below video demonstration.