Supported controls, operations, and keywords
This is a technology preview, enabling you to experiment with AI Codeless testing.
AI Codeless Testing supports testing desktop web applications, and applications on mobile devices connected to UFT Mobile.
AI Codeless Testing identifies common application controls such as camera, categories, chat, check box, Facebook, favorites, radio button, share, toggle button, trash, twitter, and view. For a complete list of controls that AI Codeless Testing can identify, see the AI testing section of the UFT Help Center.
The following is a list of operations that Codeless tests can perform on an identified control. In parentheses, you can find alternative names or aliases that refer to the same operations.
These are the keywords you can use for operations when writing a test step:
- check, uncheck (select, clear)
click (press, tap)
- toggle (set, switch)
- type (enter, input)
- Verify <object> exists
- Verify <object> does not exist
PB (property-based) actions
check, uncheck (select, clear)
toggle (set, switch)
Verify <object> exists
Verify <object> does not exist
AI Codeless Testing uses the following words as part of the test step syntax:
Write your test steps in plain English, using one of the following structures (the words the and that are optional):
Tip: You can enclose a string with single quotes or double quotes. However, when using quotes (and apostrophes) together in the same string, do not include an extra single or double quote that makes the rest part not the part of the string, for example, this step is invalid:
Type 'Boy's shirt' or
Type "Boy's "shirt"
Click/press/tap the <control type>
Example: Click the bell.
Click/press/tap the '<text for identification>' button/text
Example: Click the 'SIGN IN' button
Type '<text to type>' into '<text for identification>' input
Example: Type 'My Name' into 'USER NAME' field
Search for '<text to find>'
Example: Search for 'Wikipedia'
Verify that the '<text for identification>' <control type> exists
Example: Verify that the 'urgent' alarm exists
Verify that the '<text for identification>' <control type> does not exist
Example: Verify the 'INPUT' button does not exist
Note: Text related to a class may be marked together in the user interface. For example, Click the 'SIGN IN' button is displayed as . To delete a structure like this, press the Backspace key twice.