Oracle Flow Builder
The Oracle Flow Builder application is a keyword-driven component based testing
framework for testing Oracle E-Business Suite applications. Oracle Flow Builder
starter kit includes 2100+ components and 200 flows for testing Oracle E-Business
The Oracle Flow Builder application consists of the followings:
3. Component Set
It shows the logged in users Access Rights with options for requesting
changes and lists recent notifications and components. Roles and permissions
information is also provided.
Component shows the currently available component tree and provides options
for adding new components and defining the keywords and parameters that
define the component code.
Step 3:Component Set
Component Set shows the currently available component sets tree and provides
options for adding new component sets that link multiple individual components
that are used together frequently in test flows.
Flow shows the currently available flows tree and provides options for adding
new flows that define the sequence of components, component sets, and test data
to use to generate test automation scripts.
Step 5:Creation of Requisition Flow
a.Create a flow and give a valid flow name and tag namefor a flow.
b.Click Create Structure.
The Flow will be created shown as below.
c.Expand the Approved Components.
d.Drag and Drop the components to the flow.
e.Give the Test Data for the flow components and save the data.
Once,the flow is created.R.C Flow name to view OFT code for the flow.
The OFT code contains 2 script.
1.Master Drive -It will call the child script(Requisition).
2.Requisition script(Flow Script)
Generate the OFT scripts for testing the flow.
Generate and Download Test Plan Document available in the flow builder.
Notification shows the informational and To Do messages generated during use
of the Oracle Flow Builder application.
Step 7: History
History provides options for searching the history of components, component
sets, flows, and users.
Click View history to view all history results of the component.
Step 8: Settings
Setting provides options for specifying the email notification preferences.
Reports provide options for searching and viewing reports for components,
component sets, and flows.
Administration provides options for setting up the release and product structure
within the application, setting up the Email server, managing function libraries,
managing approvals, and managing product family access.