SeeTest. Bharathi.S. System Requirements. Intel® Pentium® 4, 3.6 GHz or equivalent AMD processor 500 MB free hard disk space 2 GB RAM 1 available USB 2.0 port and USB cable Microsoft® Windows XP™ SP2 (32 bit), Vista (32/64 bit), Windows 7 (32/64 bit) or Windows 8
Step 2:A pop-up will appear. Type in the project name and then click OK.Connect Devices & Emulators
Stop the agent
Start the agent
Prerequisites on the device
The device should be “USB debugging” enabled (In most devices, to enable “USB Debugging” go to: Settings->Applications->Development and set the USB debugging to enable.)
Connect the device to SeeTest
In SeeTest go to the Device Tab and click the Add Device icon (and select Android from the dropdown list):
Step 1: To start recording a script on a mobile device with Native recorder, you need to:
have your mobile device connected by USB to your computer
have the device screen then appear on your computer screen (for device connectivity instructions please follow our Connect Device instructions in this manual)
Step 2: In SeeTest , go to the Script tab and click on the Record button.
choose the device to be recorder, and choose the tested application name
Step 3: Go to the device screen appearing on your computer screen (With the app launched on it), and do the exact sequence of actions you want in the test. In this example, i would like to run a test in "eriBank" application that Logs in to my bank account, so I'll do the following sequence of actions: click on "Username" field, send 'company', Click on "password", send 'company', click on "Login" button, right-click on "Make Payment" button to verify that it is found.
Few best practices when recording:
(1) Click at the center of the image/icon/link
(2) Record slowly
Step 4: Return to SeeTest and click on the Stop Record button.
Step 5: You will see a progress bar indicating the record data is being analyzed, and the test script will then appear in the Script area.
Step 6: Click the Play button to run the script:
Step 7: Once the test has been executed, you will receive a report indicating for each test step if it was executed successfully or not, including a screenshot of the tested application in run time.
Step 8: You can run the test script from UFT (QTP), TestComplete, RFT, JUnit , Python, Perl or C# and other frameworks. To do so, click the Export code button, copy the code into your framework and run it from the framework