Compuware Announces Integration of Functional Testing Solution with Visual Studio 2005 Team System

Compuware Announces Integration of Functional Testing Solution with Visual Studio 2005 Team System

Compuware introduced the new version of its QACenter Enterprise Edition functional testing solution, Compuware TestPartner 5.4. This new release offers functional testing integration with Visual Studio 2005 Team System and support for the .NET Framework 2.0.

 Compuware TestPartner is an automated testing tool that accelerates functional testing of complex applications developed with Microsoft, Java, and Web technologies. TestPartner bridges the gap between development and testing teams while fostering a cooperative environment for problem resolution early in the development cycle.

 New features and enhancements in TestPartner 5.4 include the new automatic ActiveData wizard, which simplifies the creation of data-driven tests for less technical users; and the Import/Export wizard, which provides import/export functionality for moving, sharing, archiving, and executing test assets.

 TestPartner provides support for WinForm and WebForm applications created using .NET 2.0. TestPartner 5.4 also extends .Object support to this environment, enabling users to test third-party .NET components using their native methods and properties.

 A high-level test results summary is now available to users, enabling managers to instantly grasp whether a test passed, how long the test took, the number of check failures and more.

 Compuware QACenter Enterprise Edition is part of the Compuware Application Reliability Solution (CARS), Compuware s comprehensive quality management solution. Compuware offers Quality Solutions across the application lifecycle, which enables enterprises to build, test, and manage applications using Microsoft, Java, mainframe, Web, and packaged application technologies.

 

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