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What's new in Jubula in Juno

Test execution duration now shown for each node in Test Result View

The amount of time taken to execute each Test Step, Test Case and Test Suite is now shown in milliseconds in the Test Result View. You can use this information to see whether parts of your test are taking longer than you expect them to. The HTML and XML reports generated or exported for the test results also show the durations. You can turn off the decoration in the preferences.

Duration shown for Test Results
Parameter values now shown for each node in Test Result View

The parameter values entered or used at a specific level in your test (Test Step, Test Case) are now shown in the Test Result View. You can use this information to which data were used for your Test Cases, without having to expand the test result tree to the lowest levels. This is especially useful if you have a Test Case that runs multiple times with different data sets. You can turn off the decoration in the preferences.

Parameters shown for Test Results
Missing data decoration shown in Test Case and Test Suite Editors

When working on a Test Case or a Test Suite in an editor, you can now see a small red cross directly in the editor when test data that can be entered in this editor are missing for a node.

Missing data decoration in editors
Functions can be entered as parameter values

Alongside concrete values ("abc"), referenced data (=VAL1) and variables ($VAR), you can now also enter functions as test data. Functions are introduced using the question mark (?) followed by the function name and its arguments.
There are some mathematical and date functions provided out-of-the-box. Other functions can be added via an extension point.

Categories are now supported in the Test Suite Browser and Central Test Data Editor

To make project organization easier, you can now use categories in the Test Suite Browser and Central Test Data Editor.

Teststyle framework and some guidelines now available in Jubula

The project properties contain a new page for Teststyle rules. Teststyle gives guidelines on project structure and design. This framework was previously a part of GUIdancer and has been migrated to Jubula. Jubula contains a subset of the Teststyle rules that are available in GUIdancer.

Analysis framework and sample metrics added

Jubula now contains a framework for test analysis. A small set of sample metrics are available that can be performed on projects.

"Save as new Test Case"

There is a new option in the Test Case Editor and Test Suite Editor to save selected items as a new Test Case. The selected nodes are added to a new Test Case whose name you define. The nodes are not copied, but their references are: the effect is the same as if you had manually created a new Test Case and added the Test Cases to it.
This is to help users who have reusable modules that must be executed in different orders, or with other actions between them, to help create variants of use cases.

Save As New Test Case
New action: Store Property Value

The abstract toolkit contains a new action on the Graphics Component component to store the value of a property. The action works in a similar way to Check Property, except that the expected value is not provided. Instead, the value is written to the variable name you define. You can then use this value later on in the test.
One example use case for this is to test table filters. The rowCount property for the unfiltered table can be saved and then a check performed that the rowCount value after filtering is less than the original value.

New extensible adapter mechanism for Swing components

You can now add support for renderers for Swing components that do not use the getText() method. An example of the adapter mechanism can be found here.

Completeness check shown as progress window

After saving in the ITE, the completeness check for a project is now shown as a progress window. This results from performance improvements made to the completeness check.

Eclipse Marketplace Client now accessible
(Jubula Standalone)

You can now open the Eclipse Marketplace Client from the help menu in the Jubula Standalone.

Changes to layout for properties view for Test Results

The properties view for Test Results now shows test data in two columns to improve the readability of the information.

Selenium update (Jubula standalone)

The version of Selenium used for HTML testing in the Jubula standalone has been updated to 2.12.0. IE9 and FF 10 are now a part of our regression tests.


The variable for waiting between starting an AUT and checking that it is there has been renamed.

Other information for this release

Closed Bugs for Juno

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