QAS Web Recorder is a Chrome extension that has been designed to empower testers to carry out testing while they explore and investigate websites. Apart from the recorder feature available in the QAS application, users can download this external extension from the Chrome web store and use it to record the test sessions through exploratory testing. This test session will be recorded as a test case in QAS.
It is an alternate option to record operations on the webpage if the QAS internal recorder is blocked due to firewall restrictions in the organization.
Note: QAS Web Recorder chrome extension is compatible with QAS 1.49.2 and higher versions.
The functionality traces actions performed during testing in the Chrome browser and convert them into modular code that is recorded in QAS as a test case.
Each event and navigation are recorded, which provides ready-to-use Automated Documentation.
Install and get started recording the events you perform on websites. View the recorded sessions as test cases in the QAS application.
Before you initiate the test recording -
make sure the website under test is kept open in the active browser.
make sure the test case for which the test is being recording is kept open in QAS.
Recording inside iFrame: To enable recording inside iFrame, restart the Chrome browser with the following command from its installation directory to disable web security.
For mac: "Chrome--disable-web-security --user-data-dir".
For windows: "chrome.exe --disable-web-security --user-data-dir".
Steps to initiate Recording using QAS Web Recorder Extension
Step 1. Install QAS Web Recorder Chrome extension.
Step 2. Open the test case in QAS.
Step 3. Open the website under test on Chrome browser.
Step 4. Start recording testing sessions through the QAS Web Recorder Chrome extension.
How to install QAS Web Recorder Extension?
Click on the link below to open the QAS Web Recorder page in the Chrome web store.