Opkey Web Dashboard


Opkey is a test automation platform designed for agile enterprises looking to automate their desktop, web, or mobile applications. 

Opkey's No-Code test automation platform is user-friendly, allowing both business and technical users to automate application testing within hours, not months. 


Let us have a look at the Opkey’s dashboard:


Select “Continuous Test Automation” from the Opkey launchpad to navigate to the Project Workspace





The Project Workspace page opens as referred to in the image below. 




The Opkey Dashboard features a Dialler at the top, various sections displaying page details of Recently Used Artifacts, Last Tested Build, Currently Executing Build, Last Executed Test, Artifacts Share in Folder, and icons for different functionalities on the left panel.  

Let us have a look at each icon present on the left panel: 



1. The Opkey Launchpad Icon – This icon will redirect to a page consisting of all Opkey Applications at one place without needing to switch between applications. 




 Click the respective icon to launch the application and use its functionalities. 


2. The Tools Icon – The tools icon lets you work with multiple tools and settings. 



3. The Switch Project Icon – This icon lets you switch between projects.



4. The Notification Icon – This icon displays all the latest notifications related to projects, artifacts, etc.



5. The Addon Launcher – This icon displays all the subscribed addons from the Opkey Marketplace. 




The Manage Addons tab will open up the Opkey Marketplace page where all the listed add-ons can be viewed to be subscribed to and used. 


6. The Execution Result Icon – This icon will display the Execution Result of the Test Cases of their respective builds. 




8. The Help Icon – This icon will redirect you to the Help section of Opkey, where all the features and functionalities of Opkey have been explained in detail. 



9. Settings – The Settings tab will redirect you to the admin panel section of Opkey, where you can change your details as a user. 



It also lets you log out from the application. 

Let us now have a look at the icons present below the Search Bar. 



There are 7 tabs present below the Search Bar. Let us now discuss each tab in detail: 


1. Create New Artifact – This tab allows the user to create a new artifact present in Opkey such as Test Case, Function Library, Suite, Gherkin, Service Repository, Object Repository, Global Data Repository Coded Function Library, or Model. 


2. Create New Folder – This tab allows the user to Create a New Folder in the Project Workspace. 


3. Delete – This tab allows the user to Delete the selected folder in the Project Workspace. 


4. Rename – This tab allows the user to Rename the selected folder in the Project Workspace. 


5. Refresh – This tab allows the user to Refresh the Project Workspace. 


6. Import Artifact – This tab allows the user to Import the created artifact. 


7. Sort – This tab allows the user to Sort the Folders in the Project workspace in the Ascending order or Descending Order. 


The Artifacts Dialler present on the Dashboard of Opkey allows the user to create New artifacts on the Project Workspace. 


The Dialler allows you to create different  Artifacts. Let’s get a brief about all of them.


Test Case – A Test Case is a collection of Test Steps, incorporating Keywords, Control Flow Constructs, or Function Libraries. Integrated with the Recording Feature, it aids in recording actions performed on a web application.   


Function Library – A Function Library is a reusable component for user actions, useful in multiple Test Cases. Functions created here can be employed as test steps across different cases. 


Gherkin – Gherkin is a language that structures text using indentation, with most lines beginning with a special keyword. 

Coded Function Library – Opkey Web's Coded Function Library is an advanced feature where you can write custom Java code for test automation tasks. Compile, debug, and execute the coded functions directly or map them to a Test Case for execution. 


Object Repository – Opkey's Object Repository is a collection of web application objects used for test execution. It dynamically tests changing applications by identifying and fetching objects with their expected values and properties, simplifying the whole process. 

Global Data Repository – Opkey's Global Data Repository is a feature for storing and managing data used in software testing, allowing its use during test iteration. 


Service Repository – The Web Services Repository in Opkey stores information about Web Services, including the WSDL(Web Services Description Language) files containing their definitions and related XML schemas. 


Suite – In Opkey, a Suite is a collection of independent Test Cases or Gherkin files for execution. Each Test Case is self-contained, and you can easily manage, rearrange, and specify their order within the Suite. 


The section just below the dialer section is  “Recently Used Artifacts in Folder” – Project Workspace. 



This section displays the latest ten artifacts used in the Folder. 


The section below is of Artifacts Share in Folder: Project Workspace. 



This section of the dashboard displays the share of the artifacts in the Folder. 

The section on the top right of the dashboard displays the Last Tested Build. 



This section displays the Current Executing Build in Opkey Web. 


The next section displays the Last Executed Test in Opkey Web. 






You can learn about your test cases and files simply with a glance at the dashboard.

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