We've discussed automated testing tools for the E-Business Suite several times on this blog, since testing is such a key part of everyone's implementation lifecycle. An important part of our testing arsenal in E-Business Suite Development is the Oracle Application Testing Suite. The Oracle Application Testing Suite
(OATS) is built on the foundation of the e-TEST suite of products acquired from Empirix in 2008. The testing suite is comprised of:
1. Oracle Load Testing for scalability, performance, and load testing
2. Oracle Functional Testing for automated functional and regression testing
3. Oracle Test Manager for test process management, test execution, and defect tracking
Oracle Application Testing Suite 9.0 has been supported for use with the E-Business Suite since 2009. I'm very pleased to let you know that our E-Business Suite Release 12.1.1 Test Starter Kit is now available for Oracle Application Testing Suite 9.1. You can download it here:
Oracle E-Business Suite Accelerators Now Available
Starting with OATS 9.0, the Applications Testing Suite includes Oracle E-Business Suite Accelerators, which offer
support for automated functional testing and load testing for both
Oracle E-Business Suite Releases 11i and 12.
In addition to using
the sample Test Starter Kits that we provide, you can now create test
scripts that automate both E-Business Suite Web and Oracle Forms-based
screens. Using the OpenScript graphical scripting interface, your
end-users can record automated test scripts by stepping through their
Oracle E-Business Suite business transactions in their browsers. You can
use the same interface to run scripts, parameterize script inputs, add
custom test cases to validate content and extend scripts
programmatically in Java.
You can also use the same interface to
create automated load test scripts for Oracle Load Testing to simulate
thousands of concurrent virtual users.
Your feedback is
Our OATS team is very interested in hearing your
feedback about how well this suite of testing tools (and the Test
Starter Kit) meets your testing requirements. If you post any comments
here about your experiences with these tools, I'll be sure to pass them
on to the OATS team.