Dynamic Forms

In 2020, Salesforce launched Dynamic Forms to create user-friendly page layouts. To avoid overwhelming users with information, you can add visibility rules to make fields and components appear and disappear based on the criteria you specify. 

Using Provar version 2.3.0 and onward, you can use Provar Test Builder and Provar Desktop to map, interact and assert fields that are part of Dynamic Forms. 

How can I test Dynamic Forms?

You can create and maintain Provar tests that include Dynamic Form components as you would normally. You can follow standard Provar testing procedures.

Dynamic Forms support for tests created prior to Provar version 2.3.0

With Provar version 2.3.0 and onward, test cases created prior to enabling dynamic forms will continue to work, which eliminates the hassle of updating your existing library of regression tests. Existing tests that interact and assert properties that are now present within dynamic forms will continue to work as expected.

When executing legacy test cases with Provar version 2.3.0, you may see that some test cases are displayed in an unsaved state even if you haven’t made any changes to the test. Provar will display a dialog box prompting you to either save the changes or ignore the changes. To keep your tests running as expected, we recommend that you simply click Save Changes. Note: This only impacts tests for Field Service Lightning (FSL).

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