This is a duplicate of this topic but since it’s inactive, I prefer to recreate a new one.
What I mean by Manual Testing is, as HP-ALM test runner for example, can I run a test in manual mode and manually pass or fail a step, add a comment or screenshot etc. ?
I have some cucumber features annotated with a @manual and I keep them for graphic checks or complex tests.
Is it supported ? Is it possible to easily extend katalon to implement this feature ?
Directly, out of the box? No.
Groovy code is essentially Java code. You could code this yourself but that would be a lot of work.
I’ll move this to the Suggestions category.
It would be as a plugin ?
Or directly in script mode by asking for user input ?
I’m very interested in this feature and I would like to try to implement it
That would be for the developers to decide.
That’s an implementation detail. I can imagine @manual being a “mode” which would need to be selected at Test Case startup (the current execution structure would need to be modified to support it). Then, I can imagine WebUI.manualAsk(“Prompt user”) type calls being made available.
But again, these are implementation details – pointless to discuss them at length.
This would be ideal!
If we can also do our manual testing without having to rely on Jira.
Running a test report for example could pop-up a window to step thru manual tests and allow them to mark each test as passed or failed as appropriate.
I know that it’s been 3 years since this thread was made but I want to quickly check in with some updates.
First party Manual Testing support is definitely something we are interested in. We don’t want to publish a timeline yet, but internal discussions are ongoing!
Thank you @edward.davies for reminding us of the conversation.
I replied but you may want to keep track here too
Thank you @anh.chu for sharing this with everyone!!!