What's new in TestArchitect for Linux

The following new features and improvements are introduced in TestArchitect version 8.2 running under Linux.


TestArchitect Client

Enhancements to existing features
  • Support for creating a branch in variations: Branches are most typically used to represent the test changes implemented to accommodate series of patches or hot fixes, usually involving such things as bug fixes or performance enhancements for a given version of an AUT. Note that you may also create subtrees of version nodes under branch nodes.
  • Support for picture checks in project subscription: Picture checks stored within the Picture Checks node can now be shared across multiple projects via subscription. In other words, your project can reuse picture checks that reside in other projects.
  • Enhanced support for Revision Control: TestArchitect Revision Control saves pertinent information on a project item every time it is checked in. Each revision is now identified by the following information:
    • timestamp (that is, the checked-in date and time)
    • assigned AUT versions
    • host project name
    • project item type
    • project item name
    • user who checked in the item
    • check-in comment
  • New UI for the Version History dialog box.
  • Support for Context-sensitive help of built-in settings: Positioning your cell pointer over a built-in setting in the test editor and pressing F1 opens TestArchitect Help with the associated reference topic displayed.

TestArchitect Automation