Articles Tagged 'screenshot'

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Increasing the Size of Rapise Images in Spira Reports

When you run Rapise automated tests using RapiseLauncher the system will automatically embed the images from Rapise into the various test cases and test run reports. By default the report format has relatively small images so that they can fit easily into the tables of expected result and actual results. However some users have asked for ways to make the images bigger.

Make screenshots on failure only

Automatic screenshots on every test step may occupy too much space. Learn how to make  a screenshot on failure only.

Fixing Embedded Spira Image URLs When You Change Server URLs

You may come across a situation where the base URL of your Spira instance has changed and the embedded image URLs no longer match. This will cause a broken image to display inside the various rich text editors in Spira. This article explains how you can use SQL to do a bulk update of the offending URLs.

Capture Screenshots During Playback

When playing back a test it is useful to be able to capture the screen as its current state so that the cause of any test failures can be more easily deduced.

Uploading Screenshots to Spira using REST API

We have had some customers looking to upload files to Spira using our REST API. This article provides some sample code.

How to Enable/Disable screenshots during script execution

Sometimes we need to disable screenshots for a while (during some long loop) or when doing some specific operations. Here we show how to do it.

Issues using the KronoDesk and Spira Screenshot Java Applet

SpiraTest, SpiraPlan and SpiraTeam versions older than v4.1 and KronoDesk versions lower than v1.1.0.7 use a screenshot capture utility written using the Java development platform. This lets the web browser capture a screenshot and attach it to items in the system without having to first save the item. This article describes some issues using this applet and outlines the replacement plan we have implemented to use HTML5 instead of Java going forward.

Java Security Warning on appSupa when pasting screenshot attachment

When using some versions of Java with SpiraTest, SpiraPlan, SpiraTeam or KronoDesk you may get the following warning message when pasting in screenshots or images:

When I click to paste a screenshot attachment, get Java security warning (see screenshot) which says " Block potentially unsafe components from being run?  Application: appSupa  Java has discovered application components that could indicate a security concern. Contact the application vendor to ensure that it has not been tampered with" with options to Block and Unblock.   "The application contains both signed and unsigned code".

Errors occur when trying to attach a screenshot or display "My Profile" page
SpiraTeam uses Java (tm) for attaching screenshots to artifacts and for adding a user logo or avatar on My Profile page.
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