Starting eCATT with TCD Recording Method

By Venkat

Step1:
Use the Transaction code SECATT to
test the data using eCATT (Extended
Computer Aided Tool).
Provide Test Script name in the initial screen of eCATT. Here, in the scenario I have
given Test Script as ‘ZDEMOTEST’ and
version as ‘1’. 

 

Click
‘CREATE’ button. 

 

Step2:
 In the next screen, we have TWO tabs.

 

  1. Editor
    Tab
    where
    we can write our own ABAP code and use the eCATT special commands.
  2. Attribute
    Tab
    where
    we can provide Title, Component to which we are testing data.

 

Step3:  Click the Pattern button on Application tool bar
to select recording method. Select TCD (Recording) method. 

Step4:

Select the pattern button. A pop-up
box appears where you have to select GROUP as ‘UI Control’. And COMMAND as ‘TCD (Recording)’ as shown. Provide the
transaction as MM01 and press
enter. 

Then the

system automatically proposes Interface name and don’t change this Interface
name. In this scenario system proposes MM01_1

 

Now,
click ‘OK’ button to start recording.
 

 

 

Step5:
After the recording is done, you will get message the ‘Recording Ended’ and
press ‘YES’. 

 

And the
following screen appears.

 

Save and
check syntax check. 

 

Step6:
First of all execute the script without parameterization to confirm errorless
recording.

 

At the
run time, a start options window appears. Select the following options as
shown. 

 

And in

UI Control Tab,

 

 

Click on
Execute button. 

 

Step7: After
execution of the transaction, if the recording is free from errors, then the
success log would be displayed. Suppose if there are any errors in recording of
the transaction then the detailed error log would appear.
 

If the

transaction has executed successfully, you would get the following messages.

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