Oracle Application Testing Suite Room for Improvement

SeniorQa34a2
Senior QA Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
There is no support for this particular tool and you don't have a very big knowledge base on Google. It should order the tests so that you can automatically write a path and test it on it. The object identification feature can be enabled and leveraged to other levels and there's some kind of knowledge base. These are the two main areas that need improvement. The pathfinding at times is slow when we are using it. The tool's performance can be improved. The third thing, is the help and the support or the knowledge base needs improvement. Otherwise, it's overall a very good tool. It should have proper integration with CI/CD tools or any plugins. There's good documentation with Jenkins or JIRA. It should be a little more flexible like Selenium for the user to try with different locators or the different writing of XPath. The slowness can be identified and when we try to automate any internet, the application which can only be opened in Internet Explorer has some challenges. It needs better automation. I think it is there but some enhancements should be done. Overall, it is a very good tool that is better than some other automation tools on the market. It supports various entrepreneur platform applications and applications developed with different coding background and it's all very good. View full review »
Reviewer8688
Marketing & Business Development Project Manager with 51-200 employees
We want to have some script that can be used in different instances. The URN can be added and then retraced, so that we can use the script. Right now we have to record the script for each instance so the workload is a bit higher. Room for improvement would be for the reporting features. If they could improve the dashboards, that would be helpful. View full review »
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