This guide helps you with step-by-step instructions on how to create a web test project with Lemonce editor. You will learn how to record a test script, create an assertion, run a test and view test reports.
Create a Test Case
create in menu bar
You can create new test cases from the toolbar or use the shortcut key , and you need to create a path to save each test case.
create in case-editor tool bar
You can also create new test cases by click the button of case editor, in which case you need to create a path to save.
create in work space
The workspace is connected to local file system. Any changes on the cases such as create, rename, or remove will be synchronized […]
Use of Recorder
Before recording begins, you need to Click the middle of the bracket in the
process main to ensure the code is generated in the correct position[…]
create an assertion while recording
During recording, you can add assertion statement by holding the key and select page elements.
play back the recorded steps
Click to end the recording,then we can click to play back the script to check if there exist any manual mistakes during the recording process.
Complete a Test Suite
create a test suite
create in menu bar You can create a new test suite from the toolbar, and you need to create a path to save each test suite.
create in suite-editor tool bar
You can also create a new test suite by click , in which case you need to create a path to save.
create in work space The workspace is connected to local file system. Any changes on the suites such as create, rename, or remove will be synchronized to the local folder.
edit test suite
activate test suite Double click the test suite in Opening section, then you can choose from the Case Lib to add test cases to the current suite which shows in […]
choose test cases Choose from the Case Lib to add test cases to the current suite with double-click.You can remove,reorder the test cases in Display Column through […]
run test suite After the editing and saving of the test suite ,then you can click / to start/stop it.
View Test Reports
The test report is divided into three areas. The case-area lists all of the test cases for the entire test task, the contents of the log-area and the code-area […]