QMetry Automation Studio - App details

This document provides the details of features available with the Base App, Advanced Execution App and SFDC App of QMetry Automation Studio. For purchase of QMetry Automation Studio, email to sales@qmetry.com

Base App

Test Recorder - Author test cases using the recorder, execute test cases

Platform support – Web, Web Service, Mobile Web, Android

Language support - Java, Python, JavaScript, and TypeScript

Framework support – QAF, TestNG, Cucumber, Behave, Robot

Multi-browser Execution – Chrome, Firefox Edge

Integrations – Jira, QTM, QM4J, VCS: Git, Sauce Labs

Object Spy

Basic Reports

Leverage the full power of the QMetry Automation Studio by enabling QAS Advanced Apps.

Advanced Execution App

Execute Test Cases in Self Healing Mode

QAS has the ability of self-healing of scripts that would automatically get alternate strategies/elements to find out the locators without any manual intervention from testers. QAS will re-test the script and notify the user whether the suggested solution has worked or not.

Parallel Execution of Test Cases

Execute all the test cases under the test suite in parallel mode at the same time. See multiple executions running for the test cases.

CLI/Headless Automation

Execute your automation tests in command line mode/headless testing mode through QAS CLI. Also, schedule recurring execution of projects through the Command Line Interface.

Integration with CI/CD Pipeline

Integrate and execute with Jenkins for Command-Line Execution. More Details

License Management

Manage QMetry Automation Studio user licenses through the portal.


Salesforce Platform

  • SFDC App for Web automation of the Salesforce Platform - Classic and Lightning interface.

  • Record Salesforce automation using the test recorder on Chrome browser.

  • Execute the automated test suites using the test recorder or via CLI mode on Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari browsers.

  • Auto repair pre-recorded test cases during execution using the self-healing option.

  • Upload the automation results directly from the QAS test recorder or reports to QMetry Test Management or QTM4J.

  • Auto record all element locators for a module using the Salesforce scan feature.