Test Modeller's Latest Release Notes - May 9th 2023

Mantas Dvareckas

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Welcome to Curiosity's latest Test Modeller Release Notes blog for May 2023!

This blog features the latest updates and features available in Test Modeller, including, Model GPT, QuickStart API Testing Updates and more!

You can also check out the Release Notes section of our Knowledge Base to see all of our updates as they come out. 

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Feature in Focus: Model GPT

Model GPT scales Generative AI throughout enterprise software delivery, generating flowcharts, tests and automation from user prompts and web page scans.

The AI-powered solution:

  • ✅ Converts specifications, prompts and web pages into flowchart models of how the system should work.
  • ✅ Autogenerates test cases, automation and data from the system flows.
  • ✅ Self-analyses its models and generates new flowcharts based on user feedback.

To see this in action, watch out ChatGPT and Testing Roundtable Discussion! 

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Check out Test Modeller's Latest Updates

Choose from Existing Tables and Columns in SQL Test Criteria

In the updated test criteria specification, you have the ability to dynamically choose from available tables and columns while creating test criteria for a test data lookup. This saves time when creating SQL lookups.


QuickStart API Testing - Set Message Content Type

The API module editor has been enhanced to include a new feature that allows you to select the content type to be sent. This feature supports XML and JSON data types, which are crucial for testing SOAP and REST-based APIs.


QuickStart API Testing - Template JSON/XML Request with Repeaters and Conditional Logic

The API module editor now offers the capability to parameterize JSON or XML payloads, allowing for the inclusion of loops and conditional logic. This expansion in functionality significantly enhances our support for creating dynamic payloads, which is essential for conducting comprehensive API testing in real-world scenarios.


Add Models and Dynamically Assign Coverage to a Test Suite

In Test Modeller, it is now possible to create test suites directly from models, eliminating the requirement to publish test cases from the model into a test suite. This streamlined process allows for the direct extraction of models, generating automated tests on demand, which can then be executed promptly.

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JSON Path not Exist Assertion for API Automation

The QuickStart API Automation Framework now includes an assertion type to assert a JSON path does not exist in the resulting JSON payload.

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QuickStart Web Testing - Enable / Disable Stop on Fail

As part of the QuickStart Web Automation framework, it is possible to disable failing on a web element not being present. Instead, the action is logged as a failure, but the test case will continue. This is useful when there is a degree of randomness in the backend application as to whether an element will be available or not (e.g. accepting cookies / popups). 

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Keyword in Path Naming Convention for Pulling Node Values from Master Models

There is now a new naming convention in Test Modeller called Master Model. You can use this to pull path names from subflows when generating paths in your Master Model.

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