FAQs

How do I know if a test passed or failed?

ATRT provides various test pass/fail features:

During real time test execution the execution window will show whether a test has passed or failed. Additionally, ATRT comes with an extensive reporting capability, and provides detailed test reports for detailed pass/fail metrics and summary level test reports, along with historical test run reports, and many more such features.

Can ATRT support GUI technology such as Stingray grids, .Net, etc?

ATRT is GUI technology neutral and can support any type of GUI technology.

How can I get an evaluation copy of ATRT?

For an evaluation copy of ATRT please fill out our action form

Is ATRT intrusive to the SUT, i.e. does it need hooks into the SUT?

ATRT is non-intrusive to the SUT, no hooks into the code of the SUT are required.  ATRT uses VNC and RDP Technology and ATRT itself behaves as a VNC / RDP Client and only requires a VNC / RDP Server to connect to.

Do I need to be a developer to use ATRT?

No, you don’t need to be a developer to use ATRT. ATRT allows for Keyword / Action driven automated testing and for scriptless automation. No development experience required.

What does your test case management hierarchy look like?

ATRT allows for Test Management and the ATRT Test Management Hierarchy is as follows:

  • Project
  • Test Case
  • Test Step
  • Test Actions

If my system under test (SUT) is updated how do I update the automated tests?

ATRT is equipped with a full-featured test case editing capability, such as copy/paste, move, etc. and allows for flexible modification of tests via image collections, and real-time debug and after test run debug capability.

If the image location changes on the screen of the system under test will the automated test fail?

ATRT’s technology is image location, i.e. x,y coordinate location, independent. So if the image location changes, ATRT’s technology will still find it and the automated test procedure does not require modification.