Version 12.0 is focused on making testing throughout the development cycle as quick and effective as possible, so you can obtain actionable feedback as early as possible.
Features like network tunneling enable better early validation by developers, while debugging data for tests that were not completed reduce automation maintenance efforts.
This version also fully supports iOS 12 GA version.
Main Release Highlights:
From version 12.1 Cloud Server and DHM will run only on 64 bit environments. Migration process with help of our support team will start in version 12.1.
Selenuim Agent on Windows 7 support only one concurrent session of grid or manual testing.
SeeTest Grid Client for Python does not support the SeeTest repository.
Starting version 12.2 of cloud server the Whitelist Cleanup feature will be removed.
SetAuthentication reply with error code -7 has changed it's error string to "No identities are enrolled" in order to match changes made by Apple to iOS 11.
Network Tunnel - does not support proxy with SSL connection.
|1||Cloud Performance Enhancements||Many improvements have been made to the performance and stability of the cloud, on both server-side and client-side||Improvement|
|2||Cloud Server 64-bit||Cloud Server can now be installed as 64-bit. Using this type of installation is recommended in order to improve stability and performance.||Improvement|
|3||Python Grid Client||SeeTest Python client users can now start and run their tests on the grid. Few minor changes are to made at the beginning of the test, read more about it here.||New Feature|
|4||Cloud projects- Limit Concurrent Selenium sessions per project||Allow cloud admin to limit the maximum concurrent Selenium sessions for each cloud project||New Feature|
|5||Manual Testing - Long clicks has no indication||Added visual indication in the web studios (STMW\STAW) for any click, long-click, swipe, etc. so that users will know that their action is being sent to the mobile device||Improvement|
|6||License Usage Report||Cloud Admins can produce a license usage report in order to monitor the license usage over time as well as license usage peaks. Read more on how to produce such reports here.||New Feature|
|7||SeeTest Client support in Java JUnit 5||SeeTest Automation now supports code export of SeeTest Client code to Java JUnit 5||Improvement|
|8||Digital Assurance Lab - Cannot assign a device to Device Group||This fix is relevant only for Cloud Admins. Fixed a caching issue in the cloud web UI that caused some of the devices to not be visible in the Device Group devices table.||Bug|
|9||Can't auto accept or dismiss alerts on iOS12||Auto accept and dismiss of alerts using the SeeTest platform is now possible also for iOS12. Read more about it here||Bug|
|10||Selenium & Appium reports improvements||Selenium & Appium reports has improved by grouping several iterations of webDriverWait command and concatenating recursive FindElementBy commands||Improvement|
|11||Appium Chrome driver - executeScript should work with SeeTest commands||Appium web tests that use Chrome Driver can now use the variety of SeeTest advanced abilities using executeScript command. Read more in our documentation||Bug|
|12||Chrome Driver - XPath characters with accents are not recognized||Fixed an issue where XPath expression that contains characters with accents (i.e. à, é, ò) was not identified during a test run||Bug|
|13||STAW - Object Spy search - property usage in XPath with () doesn't work||The search-bar in STAW's Object Spy can now also search the elements-tree by advanced XPath expressions that contains text() or axis specifiers such as ancestor, child, following||Bug|
|14||Eclipse Photon - Run selected line feature||"Run Selected Line" feature in Appium Studio for Eclipse now works on Eclipse Photon||Bug|
|15||Appium Studio for Eclipse - Display Javadocs automatically when configuring Mobile Nature||Users of Appium Studio for Eclipse that use the tool's abilities to convert simple Java project into a Mobile Automation project will now get the relevant Javadocs with no extra effort||Improvement|