|Multiple instances of the Test Case Browser can now be opened||
You can now open the Test Case Browser multiple times to make navigating through large Test Case libraries easier. One Test Case Browser counts as the main browser, and is used for actions such as show specification etc.
|Workspace dialog now supports remembering default workspace||
You can now specify in the workspace chooser that the workspace you enter is used as the default. In addition, you can restart Jubula and also switch workspaces from the "File" menu.
|Database connection dialog allows remembering of username and password||
In the database login dialog, you can select the option to remember your password. If you have selected this option, you can also specify that the database should be used as the default database, and you will be automatically logged in.
|Auto-load of default project supported||
In the Open Project dialog, you can now identify the selected Project and version number as your default Project. You can have one default Project per workspace. When you have a default Project set, then this Project is automatically loaded when connecting to the database. You can remove the default loading in the Test preferences.
|Testexec and DBTool can now use -dburl instead of -data (workspace) parameter||
To make working with the testexec and dbtool easier, you can now use the dburl parameter to specify which database to connect to during the process. This removes the need to specify which workspace to use (via -data) when working with the testexec and dbtool. You can still enter the workspace and the -dbscheme information if you prefer not to use the -dburl parameter.
When using Chronon to collect information during a test, you
can now either use the integrated Chronon to record your AUT or you can specify where a
separate Chronon installation is, thus allowing you to use the Chronon Recording Server.
This is the recommended choice for working in continuous integration processes.
Read the release notes (available from the documentation page) for more details, including known issues and other important information.
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