You can now test applications that involve uploading files by training tests that capture this action, exactly as an end user would do.
File Upload training must be done outside of InCognito mode
Tests containing file upload steps need to be trained in a regular browser window. File uploads in Incognito are not currently supported.
File Upload Size Limit
File upload is limited to a maximum size of 15 megabytes.
- Start by creating a test, load the trainer, and navigate to the page where the file upload needs to occur.
- You'll see that the trainer will have two new steps: one step to indicate that the file input field has been set to your file, and another step after the form submission to wait for the files to finish uploading before moving onto new steps.
In order to view and manage the files that have been uploaded in appropriate tests, you can visit the "File Uploads" tab of the Configurations menubar. You can delete files at any time if they're unused in your tests.
We need to store these uploads for later test runs so that mabl will be able to perform these uploads during tests. The file capture is happening automatically in the background as you are training the test. Sometimes, it might take a few seconds for larger files to upload.
Yes, mabl automatically captures the files used during training and stores them in your workspace-encrypted bucket for use while running tests. You can read more about encryption details here.
Yes, when you go to edit a test to replay it, the trainer will download the file to your local computer. Then, during replay, it will access that file to complete the upload replay steps.
File uploads are available in all supported browsers, including Safari and Internet Explorer.
No, this functionality is not currently supported.
No, mabl is not able to pick up multiple files selected simultaneously as of now. You need to select the files one at a time to ensure that they are properly selected.
mabl has trouble working with certain types of automatic uploads, such as those involved with multiple API calls. We are working to close this gap!
Uploads are supported up to 15 megabytes.
Updated 4 months ago