What's new in TestArchitect for Windows
The following new features and improvements are introduced in TestArchitect version 9.1 running on Windows.
- Before upgrading to the latest version of TestArchitect, it is strongly recommended that you back up all repositories and check in all test artifacts.
- New Azure DevOps authentication protocol: From TestArchitect 9.1 onward, REST API protocols are supported when authenticating Azure DevOps Services. Furthermore, using the new protocol will eliminate issues related to installing outdated Microsoft components before establishing the ADO connection, such as Object Model Installer 2013. Authentication is now quick and straightforward.
- Brand new command line tool named ta generate: To execute tests on cloud, setting up environments with Repository and License servers is a set of challenges. TA generate command will remove the setup Repository server challenges. It will generate test data to a package via users specified information.
- Support run test without connect to Repository server: As an alternative to executing tests from TestArchitect, running tests without Repository Server is now available. Specify the location of a data package in “-ors” argument, then execute test via ta execute command will check out data from your package.
- Support for Chrome 95, 96. Now you can run automated tests for web pages displayed in the latest version of Chrome.
- TestArchitect automation support new Edge Chromium browser version. With TestArchitect 9.1, Edge Chromium version 95, 96 are supported.