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Can SAP Enable Now Like Testing Tools ?

Dear experts,

I want to use SAP Enable Now like testing tools. I found guided tours can provide step to process like Integration test in SAP.

as this concept, SAP Enable now can do it ? or other feature in SAP Enable now can do,

Please advise me.

Best Regards,

Cunchit S.

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  • Posted on Jul 31, 2020 at 08:18 PM

    Hi, Enable now is a platform to teach and help people to use the system itself. It's very unlikely that SAP tooled it for testing and test management purposes.

    You already have this with Test Plans, you can even put sequence on them and if you want even more detailed procedures you can enrich with test steps from Focused Build.

    I really don't get what are your intentions to use Enable Now for testing. If you want to guide the tester on each click and input, you are loosely thinking about Automated Test (CBTA on SAP), with an advantage that it will always repeat those steps exactly how you written them (you can have variants and multiple flows inside of it) and executes much faster than a person.

    If this still haven't enlighted you, please explain a bit more how you envision Enable Now as a tool for testing.

    Best regards

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  • Posted on Aug 04, 2020 at 08:01 AM

    Very Thanks to clearly answer. The reason that I want to test in SAP Enable Now ,it's very easy to record the step and do once time to produce many outputs. But if SAP had efficientcy tools more than like "Focus Build" or "(CBTA on SAP). Could you provide the informations to me ?

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