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Working with Library Checkpoints in Virtuoso

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To expedite the testing process and increase productivity, it is essential to create effective and repeatable test scenarios for online applications. A unique feature called “Library Checkpoints” is available in Virtuoso, the cutting-edge autonomous testing platform, and it enables testers to build modular, reusable test stages. The idea of Library Checkpoints, their benefits, and how they improve test reusability in Virtuoso will all be covered in this blog.

Understanding Library Checkpoints:

With Virtuoso’s Library Checkpoints, testers may turn predetermined test steps or sequences into reusable parts. These parts referred to as “libraries,” can be used in many test cases, which makes the testing procedure easier to control and more effective. Testers can modularize their test cases, minimizing maintenance work and decreasing redundancy, by generating Library Checkpoints.

Advantages of Working with Library Checkpoints:

  1. Reusability and Modularity:

Library Checkpoints allow testers to build modular test components that can be reused across various test cases, saving time and effort.

  1. Consistency and Standardization:

Using Library Checkpoints ensures consistent test steps and validations throughout different test scenarios, maintaining a standardized approach to testing.

  1. Easy Maintenance:

When updates are required, modifying the Library Checkpoints will automatically update all test cases utilizing those components, streamlining maintenance.

  1. Enhanced Collaboration:

Library Checkpoints promote collaboration among testers, as they can share and reuse test components across the testing team.

Working with Library Checkpoints in Virtuoso:

Step 1: Create a Library Checkpoint:

In Virtuoso, navigate to the “Library Checkpoints” section and click on “Create Checkpoint.” Define the test steps and validations for the Library Checkpoint.


fig: Create Checkpoint


Step 2: Organize Checkpoints into Libraries:

Group related Library Checkpoints into libraries based on functionality or common usage patterns. This enhances test organization and makes it easier to locate specific components.


fig: Library Checkpoint


Step 3: Utilize Library Checkpoints in Test Cases:

While creating or editing test cases, you can simply drag and drop Library Checkpoints from the libraries onto the test case canvas, seamlessly integrating them into the test flow.


fig: Utilize Library Checkpoint


Step 4: Reuse Library Checkpoints Across Test Cases:

Library Checkpoints can be utilized across multiple test cases, promoting test reusability and reducing duplication efforts.


fig: Reuse Checkpoint


Step 5: Collaborate and Share Libraries:

Encourage collaboration within your testing team by sharing libraries containing reusable Library Checkpoints.


A game-changer for increasing test reusability and streamlining the web application testing process is Virtuoso’s library checkpoints. Library Checkpoints aid in streamlining testing procedures and boosting productivity by modularizing test components and encouraging uniformity. Testing teams can work more collaboratively and with less effort since testers can simply design, arrange, and reuse test steps across many scenarios. Utilize Virtuoso’s powerful Library Checkpoints to enable effective and repeatable testing scenarios, allowing your company to confidently provide high-quality web apps.

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Dipali Choudhari

Dipali Choudhari is an Associate Technical Consultant at Perficient in Nagpur GDC. She Loves technology and is curious to learn about new technologies. She has an experience of one years as a Tester; apart from this passionate about learning about recent changes and expanding her knowledge in manual and Automation. She is very committed to her work and is always ready to face any challenging projects.

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