1.Latest Release Document Collection
All documents listed below are bundled inside the distributed T-Plan Robot Enterprise binaries and they are available locally from within the product through the Help links and buttons.
|Release notes contain installation, execution and migration instructions, dependencies, platform support, known issues and notes on compatibility with previous versions.|
|The Command Line (CLI) Reference lists command line options supported by the T-Plan Robot Enterprise binary. The same options are also accepted as parameters of programmatically created automated testing threads.|
|The TPR Language Reference is a complete specification of the TPR test script language supported by T-Plan Robot Enterprise version 4.2.1. Its goal is to provide a complete syntax and functionality reference to those who write automated test scripts using this tool and its testing framework. As the scripting language is tightly coupled with the Java Test Script API, it is also intended to provide a complementary functionality reference for design of Java test scripts.|
|The Java API reference comprises of Java development manuals and a JavaDoc collection built from the Java source code comments. It provides information on writing of Java test scripts and customization procedures.|
|The GUI Reference provides help related to components of the T-Plan Robot Enterprise GUI, such as the main menu and tool bar, script editor, tool panel, desktop viewer and standalone windows and dialogs.|
|Integration Reference describes integration with T-Plan test management products, especially with T-Plan Professional.|
1.3.TPR Language Reference
1.4.Java API Reference
2.Change Log 4.2.x
This document describes new features, changes and bug fixes delivered by T-Plan Robot Enterprise 4.2.x releases.
The latest public release available: T-Plan Robot Enterprise 4.2.1 released on 17 November 2016.
The IMS references in the text refer to our T-Plan Incident Management System (IMS).
- Support of the Robot Automation Portal (RAP) (CR-991). It is a web application allowing to monitor and manage T-Plan Robot Enterprise driven automation over the TCP/IP network (internet and/or intranet) from a web browser.
PRB-3866: Connection established through the CLI options not applied to schedule scripts
PRB-3865: CLI variables not passed to schedule scripts
PRB-3864: Crippled file paths of project copied from Windows to Mac/Linux
PRB-3863: Slow Schedule execution and large project loading
PRB-3862: Preferences window too wide
PRB-3861: Splash screen issues
PRB-3860: Local Desktop clipboard text not converted properly (java.nio.ByteBuffer)
- There are two connection improvements addressing automation of mobile devices:
- The Connection Manager stores data of your known connections (IMS CR-981). Connections may have names which can be used to connect without having to specify all the parameters.
- There’s a new method of integration with T-Plan Professional 8.1 based on a REST web service (IMS CR-978).
- Click and Drag command enhancements (IMS CR-982):
- Click supports tasks such as “click 20 points to the right from an object” through the newly introduced move parameter.
- Both commands allow the script to continue if the target click or drag object is not found (the continue parameter).
- A simple integration with the Step command allows to record a test step and populate it with the
failresult (the step parameter).