Many organizations utilize both PowerBuilder and dotNet to build software applications that interface to support business objectives. Furthermore a lot of PowerBuilder applications have embedded dotNet components.
AscentialTest from Zeenyx Software provides a solution that allows users to build automated tests that seamlessly cross technology boundaries. A single test can be built and executed against both the PowerBuilder and dotNet components in either single or multiple target applications. Selecting a common testing approach and tool is not only effective but also efficient since the testing staff will not require any retraining when transitioning from one target platform to another.
When: October 6, 10:00 AM EDT
Zeenyx Technical Webinar
How to Bullet-Proof ‘Flaky’ Automated Tests
While most automated tests run consistently, there are others that you might term as ‘flaky’ or ‘tricky’. Those are the ones that sometimes pass, sometimes fail and are hard to get working reliably. We’ve all encountered them, regardless of the testing tool is in use. The difficulty often involves inconsistent timing of asynchronous events. In this webinar, we’ll examine examples provided by the AscentialTest user community along with their solutions. We invite your participation by sending us an example and joining in on the discussion. We’ll also review AscentialTest debugging features and talk about a few upcoming features that enhance debugging capabilities.
Appeon Elevate 2020
You are invited to join us for a two-day digital conference hosted online by Appeon from November 16-17, 2020. This is an opportunity to learn and share PowerBuilder and PowerServer knowledge, code and experience with the Appeon Community.
When: November 16-17, 2020
Zeenyx Technical Webinar
Everything you wanted to know about the Path Statement
While in most cases AscentialTest automatically chooses the best path for each application object, the complexity or custom nature of an element may require that the tester utilize the rich array of options available to achieve the best object definition. This presentation will provide a thorough understanding of the most useful path options along with usage examples.
PowerBuilder & PowerServer
How to create a single set of tests for your PowerBuilder & PowerServer apps
Learn how a set of automated tests built to test a PowerBuilder classic application can be re-used without change to validate the deployment to a PowerServer web application. This presentation will provide an overview of PowerBuilder/PowerServer automated testing support along with simple techniques to successfully migrate automated tests from one platform to another.