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Getting Started

1. Installation Overview

  • Environment Requirements

    Verify if your computer meets the System Requirements to work with akaAT Studio.

  • Browser

  • Mobile

  • Download akaAT Studio

    Go to akaAT Download page to get the latest version of akaAT Studio. A suitable version for your system will be automatically detected and recommended for download. However, you can also select your preferred version on the page. Before diving further into automation testing, check out the System Requirements needed to run akaAT Studio.

2. Get Started with akaAT

Create a test project

  1. Select File >> New Project from the main menu. The New Project dialog will be displayed. Here you can fill out name and location of the project.

  2. Specify the Name, Location, Description for the new project and click OK. akaAT will generate a project at defined location accordingly.

Open an existing test project

Select File > Open Project from the menu. Browse to the folder where your project is located and select it.

Delete projectt

To delete a project, simply close Katalon Studio and delete the directory on the file system.

Create a new object repository

By right clicking on Object Repository, select New >> UIObject from the main menu. The New UI Test Object File is displayed.

Where:
Name: The name of the object property, you can enter manually.

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Pop-up Handling

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