The unit of test execution in Autify, which is a series of operations and verifications, is called a [Test Scenario], and each of the operations and verifications that make up the [Test Scenario] is called a Step.
In addition, a collection of commonly used Steps can be defined as a [Step Group] in a form that can be reused in multiple scenarios. For more details, please refer to the following FAQ.
Related article: Is it possible to merge two scenarios and use them as one scenario?
There are various types of Steps that make up a [Test Scenario], so please use them according to the screen of the application you are testing.
The following are the types of steps that can be recorded while recording with Autify Recorder.
These are the steps of browser operations that are recorded sequentially during recording, such as clicking, typing, selecting in a drop-down menu, etc.
These are the steps that make assertions about screen elements or the entire page, and can be added by clicking button on the Autify Recorder.
For more details, please refer to the document "List of Assertions".
This is a step that makes a transition to another page by directly specifying the URL.
You can add this step by clicking button on Autify Recorder.
Please refer to the FAQ Can I transition by entering a URL directly? for more information.
This is a step for mouse-over operation. You can add it from the context menu while recording.
See also FAQ "Can I test mouse operations such as right-click and mouse-over?" for more information.
The following steps can also be added after recording, if necessary.
In addition, the following steps can also be added after recording, if necessary.
For details, please refer to the FAQ "What is a JS Step?" for details.
A step that can wait for an arbitrary number of seconds (up to 600 seconds) between other steps.
For details, please refer to FAQ Can I add wait and sleep? for more details.
You can add JS Steps and Wait Steps from the menu that appears when you click the + button between steps in the Scenario Details screen.