Well who can believe it’s the holiday season again already, it has come around so fast! Keeping up with our steady releases we have one final release for 2016, Enterprise Tester version 6.4. We continue to listen to you. As a … Continue reading
How this happens I don’t know but our release cycle lately seems to align with season changes. Moving towards warmer weather here in NZ – spring lambs, daffodils, and longer daylight hours. Time to spruce up the front yard! … Continue reading
Right in time for the June solstice, an Enterprise Tester release of some gravity and, we think you’ll agree, a great deal of goodness. Once again a major release, meaning significant new functions, improvements to existing features, and a group of … Continue reading
Very, very, very exciting to announce we now support data driven test generation with Enterprise Tester. The latest “rock star” of Catch Software is called Compiler Suite. Feels good and exciting to have this awesome capability! Compiler Suite enables simple bulk generation … Continue reading
Enterprise Tester 6.0 (aka “Solo”) has moved forward light years. In adopting feedback from quality professionals across the Enterprise Tester Alliance, we have extended capability and simplified functionality allowing you to move faster, with accuracy. Quality is central. Re-use. Master projects have … Continue reading
The latest version of Enterprise Tester supports our best of breed status in the quality management arena, we are very pleased to deliver Enterprise Tester 5.2. Security is the cornerstone of this release, with additional focus on usability and productivity. … Continue reading
Continuing the evolution of Enterprise Tester (and on Star Wars day!), we are honoured to deliver our latest release – Enterprise Tester 5.1. Driven by customer requests, with a focus on usability, collaboration and security, there have been many superb new features delivered in this version.
Simple Dashboards. With simplicity in mind, you can now create dashboards containing pre-configured report data. Select Execution Script Status, Incident Status or a variety of other brand new portlets for your shared dashboard.
Drill Down. If you have an underlying query which supplies data to your dashboard portlet, you can now drill-down by clicking on the binocular icon to view or adapt.
Geckoboard. Enjoy extended collaboration with Geckoboard by displaying Enterprise Tester portlets on your Geckoboard dashboard. Pie (hmmm, pie! arrghk ggh gghhhh), Burndown, Execution Status, Total Scripts Run and Estimated vs Remaining Time charts make test information readily accessible for users outside of Enterprise Tester.
Secure. Our permissions model has had a Developer-social-life-destroying overhaul; delivering a granular permissions framework, which works toward role-based permissions. Security updates include a password strength indicator and configurable password policy enforcement. A Space Slug-sized amount of work for the team behind the scenes!
Maintain. We now maintain your test execution status as “Not Run” when a test to be executed is opened. Hurray! I hear Enterprise Tester users cheer!
Link. Synchronization of unassigned items in Enterprise Tester to an “unassigned” user in JIRA is now enabled – for JIRA version 6.4.1 and above.
Important Enterprise Tester Upgrade Note! If you are using Enterprise Tester 4.10 or below, you must upgrade to Enterprise Tester version 5.0 in the first instance. You can then upgrade to the latest version of Enterprise Tester. Security improvements made in this version of Enterprise Tester have made this upgrade path necessary.
As always, we welcome you to be part of our community at http://enterprisetester.uservoice.com/. Your ideas and thoughts are constant drivers when planning and delivering each Enterprise Tester release.
Now let’s blow this thing and go home! [Ed. Staggered! you told us you were ambivalent about Star Wars!].
The team at Catch.
The release of Enterprise Tester 5.0 is a pretty exciting time for us here at Catch Software – we think it is a leap forward in terms of “form and function”. And, it’s nearly Christmas! A long and crazy year, … Continue reading