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Tricentis Tosca
Stable release
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
TypeTest automation

Tricentis Tosca is a software testing tool that is used to automate end-to-end testing for software applications. It is developed by Tricentis.

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Tricentis Tosca combines multiple aspects of software testing (test case design, test automation, test data design and generation, and analytics) to test GUIs and APIs from a business perspective.[1] Two of the most frequently-noted technologies used in Tricentis Tosca are related to Model-based testing and Risk-based testing.[2][3]

Model-based testing[edit]

Instead of using scripting for test automation, Tricentis Tosca applies a model-based testing approach and creates a model of the application under test. Technical details about the application under test, test case logic, and test data are saved separately and joined together at test execution time. When an element in the application under test changes, the technical details are updated once in the central model. Since the test cases inherit from this model, the various test cases that test the updated element do not need to be modified manually to reflect the change.[1]

Risk-based testing[edit]

Based on a risk assessment of the application under test’s requirements, Tricentis Tosca uses risk-based test design to suggest the most effective test cases and identify the risk contribution of each test cases. It also uses a variety of methodologies (such as equivalence partitioning, boundary testing, and combinatorial methods such as linear expansion) to try to minimize the number of test cases while increasing risk coverage. After the tests are executed, the tool aggregates risk coverage from business, technical, and compliance perspectives.[4]

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Additional technologies[edit]

Tricentis Tosca features technologies for GUI testing, API testing, Mobile testing, Service virtualization, Test data design and generation, Business intelligence and data warehouse testing, and Exploratory testing.[3][2][5][6] It has SAP-certified integration with SAP solutions, and is used to automate testing for SAP technologies such as SAP S/4HANA, SAP Fiori 2.0, SuccessFactors, SAP CRM, Concur Technologies, SAP Ariba, and SAP Business Information Warehouse.[7][8]

See also[edit]


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  1. ^ abValue-Based Coverage Measurement in Requirements-Based Testing: Lessons Learned from an Approach Implemented in the TOSCA Testsuite, 2012 38th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications by R. Ramler, T. Kopetzy, W. Platz, 2012 38th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications October 11, 2012.
  2. ^ abMagic Quadrant for Software Test Automation, Gartner, November 16, 2016
  3. ^ abThe Forrester Wave™: Modern Application Functional Test Automation Tools, Q4 2016, Gartner, December 5, 2016
  4. ^Combinatorial Test Design in the TOSCA Testsuite: Lessons Learned and Practical Implication, by R. Ramler, T. Kopetzy, W. Platz, 2012 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation October 11, 2012
  5. ^Avoiding the pitfalls of automated testing, by Madison Moore, SD Times January 2, 2017
  6. ^Testing in an Agile World, by Courtney Saba, Software Magazine February 1, 2016
  7. ^Tricentis integrates testing solution with Solution Manager Avoiding the pitfalls of automated testing, by Freya Purnell, Inside SAP August 11, 2017
  8. ^SD Times news digest: Progress Sitefinity 11, Tricentis Tosca 11.2, and Google’s Machine Learning Practicum on Image Classification, by Jenna Sargent, SD Times May 30, 2018

External links[edit]

Tosca Youtube Aria

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'Vissi d'arte' is a sopranoaria from act 2 of the operaTosca by Giacomo Puccini. It is sung by Floria Tosca as she thinks of her fate, how the life of her beloved, Mario Cavaradossi, is at the mercy of Baron Scarpia and why God has seemingly abandoned her. The vocal range is E4 to B5.[1]


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Vissi d'arte, vissi d'amore,
non feci mai male ad anima viva!
Con man furtiva
quante miserie conobbi aiutai.
Sempre con fe' sincera
la mia preghiera
ai santi tabernacoli salì.
Sempre con fe' sincera
diedi fiori agli altar.
Nell'ora del dolore
perché, perché, Signore,
perché me ne rimuneri così?
Diedi gioielli della Madonna al manto,
e diedi il canto agli astri, al ciel,
che ne ridean più belli.
Nell'ora del dolore,
perché, perché, Signor,
ah, perché me ne rimuneri così?

I lived for art, I lived for love,
I never harmed a living soul!
With a discreet hand
I relieved all misfortunes I encountered.
Always with sincere faith
my prayer
rose to the holy tabernacles.
Always with sincere faith
I decorated the altars with flowers.
In this hour of grief,
why, why, Lord,
why do you reward me thus?
I donated jewels to the Madonna's mantle,
and offered songs to the stars and to heaven,
which thus did shine with more beauty.
In this hour of grief,
why, why, Lord,
ah, why do you reward me thus?


  1. ^'Vissi d'arte'.Aria database site. Retrieved 17 July 2018

External links[edit]

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Wikimedia Commons has media related to Tosca.
  • 'Vissi d'arte' on YouTube, televised performance by Renata Tebaldi, 1959
  • 'Vissi d'arte' on YouTube by Renata Tebaldi
  • 'Vissi d'arte': Scores at the International Music Score Library Project
  • Analysis, discussion: Rhiannon Giddens, Sondra Radvanovsky, Rufus Wainwright, Vivien Schweitzer; WQXR-FM, podcast at WNYC Studios (25:00)
  • Animated score on YouTube, Angela Gheorghiu
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