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Introduction to TOSCA

Tricentis Tosca is a Continuous Testing platform that accelerates testing to keep pace with Agile and DevOps. With the industry’s most innovative functional testing technologies, Tricentis Tosca breaks through the barriers experienced with conventional software testing tools. Using Tricentis Tosca, leading companies such as HBO, Toyota, Allianz, BMW, Starbucks, Deutsche Bank, Lexmark, Orange and UBS achieve 90%+ test automation rates. That’s why top analysts recognize Tricentis as “Industry Leader.”

Why choose Tricentis Tosca for test automation?

  • Reduce regression testing from weeks to minutes
  • Maximize reuse and maintainability with model-based test automation
  • Gain clear insight into the risk of your release candidates
  • Achieve sustainable automation with proven, market-leading technology

What are TOSCA certification available in market?

The below are the Certification available currently

  • Automation Specialist Level 1 (AS1)
  • Automation Specialist Level 2 (AS2)
  • Tosca Design Specialist Level 1 (TDS1)
  • Tosca Design Specialist Level 2 (TDS2)
  • Automation Engineer Level 1 (AE1)
  • Automation Engineer Level 2 (AE2)
  • Database Specialist (DB)
  • SAP Specialist (SAP)
  • Tosca Query Language (TQL)

How to create workspaces in TOSCA?

First, you need to start TOSCA commander

Here, you will learn how to create workspaces in Tosca Commander, either in a single-user environment or in a multi-user environment. To create a new workspace in Tosca, follow the steps below:

  1. Select the option Project->New from the menu.
  2. Define the repository type for your new workspace:
  • None (creates single user workspace)
  • Tricentis Cloud
  • SQLite
  • Oracle
  • MS SQL Server
  • DB2

3. Define the directory where the workspace should be saved under Create new workspace in.

4.Enter a meaningful name for your workspace into the field Select name for new workspace.

5. The option Use workspace template is provided when a workspace is being created with a new common repository. If this option is selected, a subset is automatically imported when the workspace is created. The default objects included in the product package can be used. If you enable the checkbox, Tosca automatically provides you with the Standard.tce file in the field beneath. Alternatively, you can also select any subsets from a directory via the button.

6. The option Create slim workspace is available for multiuser workspaces which are created for an existing common repository.

7. A click on the OK button creates the workspace. The next window lists all the parameters required for creating the workspace. This window will close automatically after 3 seconds, or you can manually close it by clicking on the Close button.