Features Added to TestComplete 14.60

Applies to TestComplete 15.64, last modified on June 12, 2024

This topic describes the changes made to TestComplete 14.60. For information on the changes made to other versions of the product, see Version History.

In version 14.60

Running cross-platform web tests in parallel

Now, with the new Device Cloud Parallel license, you can decrease the time and resource cost of your cross-platform web tests by running them in parallel. Previously, it was possible only to run tests in sequence.

If you are interested in running your cross-platform web tests in parallel, please contact our Sales Team.


Jenkins plugin update

We updated the TestComplete Jenkins plugin to save the username and password (used for interactive user sessions) in the Jenkins secure credentials store instead of the job configuration.

Azure DevOps integration improvements

The TestComplete test adapter for Azure DevOps has a new option, Save logs for, which controls whether to upload all test logs or just failed ones. In other words, you can now upload successful logs to Azure DevOps, if needed.

Other improvements

  • Support for iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6.

  • Support for Firefox 79 and 78 ESR.

    Note: With the TestComplete Device Cloud add-on, you can run your tests even in web browser versions that are not supported by TestComplete directly, such as Safari, JxBrowser, and others.
  • Support for Infragistics WPF XamDataGrid versions 2015 Vol. 1 - 2019 Vol. 1.

  • The new /NoSummary command-line argument modifies the behavior of /ExportLog to omit the Summary report from the exported test log.

  • We have also fixed a number of issues reported by our customers.

See Also

Version History

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