TestArchitect provides sample test modules that
demonstrate automated testing of the Scrum Board web application.
Ensure that the TestArchitect Automation Agent is installed and enabled in
whichever browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Internet Explorer) you plan to host the Scrum Board sample
application. See Automation Agent Manager and
Preparing web browsers for details on how to install the TestArchitect Automation Agent and enable the agent in a browser.
To execute the Scrum Board sample:
With TestArchitect running, double-click the
SampleRepository node on the TestArchitect explorer tree.
In the Log In
Repository dialog box, type administrator
in the User Name box, leave the
Password box blank, and click
In the TestArchitect explorer tree, expand the Scrum
Board node and then its Tests subnode.
Select the particular Scrum Board test (for example, Input
Validation) you want to execute and click Execute
on the toolbar.
In the Execute Test dialog box, click the Select
Version button in the Variation Specification
The Select Version dialog box appears:
Select an appropriate browser type or OS platform to run the automated test:
- Windows platform: select the browser type in the dialog box by doing one of the
- Clear all check boxes to have the sample application run under Internet Explorer (the default browser).
- Select the Chrome check box to have the sample application
run under Google Chrome.
- Select the Firefox check box to have the sample application
run under Mozilla Firefox.
- Linux platform: select the Linux check box.
In the Execute Test dialog box, fill-in the language type
variation Keyword in the Variation
Specification frame. To test Scrum Board in English, clear the
Keyword text box. To test in Spanish (only for the Scrum Board's
Multi-language Test module) set the variation keyword to
Note: The variation keyword spanish is applicable only
for the Scrum Board's Multi-language Test module.
the Execute Test dialog box, click
Execute to start the test.
Important: Do not provide any user input while the test is being
A status bar indicating the stages of
the test is visible in the bottom-right corner of the TestArchitect window. During the initial
compilation stage, all information required for execution is collected and
made available for automation. Following compilation, TestArchitect invokes the playback tool for
the execution stage of the test.
At the end of the test run, TestArchitect displays a summary and detailed
results of the run. See Working with test results for details regarding
interpreting test results.