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Reduce manual testing efforts by 80% on both Classic and Lightning.
Advanced AI-enabled test generation and execution.
Opkey supports any custom app built on the Salesforce platform.

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Opkey is built specifically for Salesforce

Automate seasonal platform updates
Opkey’s No-Code test automation platform enables quick and easy certification of all Salesforce updates.

Streamline your Salesforce patch & platform updates without having to manually maintain scripts.
Business-as-usual testing
Opkey enables Salesforce admins to run regression tests with every application change.

Send clear certification reports that let you know when you’re ready to push Salesforce updates to production.
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Compatible on Classic & Lightning
Handle complex controls for both versions with a single composite function.

Empower your Salesforce developers to be more productive with the industry's most intuitive Salesforce testing platform.
Reduction in testing efforts.
Reduction in downtime risk.
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Annual Oracle testing cost savings.

Instantly Discover

Opkey's Salesforce testing automation tool plugs into your environment to immediately discover your unique configurations and legacy tests. Opkey also mines your process logs to identify gaps in coverage.

Fill in the gaps: Based on your unique configurations, Opkey autonomously creates test components.

Eliminate the need for prolonged business process documentation sessions & complex Excel spreadsheets.

Easily Create

For remaining gaps in coverage, Opkey's no-code interface empowers any employee to create reusable test scripts for both classic & lightning versions of Salesforce.

Use our drag-and-drop Salesforce test automation tool to intuitively build any test, no matter how complex.

Painlessly Maintain

Sustain your Salesforce test automation program with the help of AI. Reduce test maintenance efforts by 80% with self-healing scripts.

Schedule any test to run when and where you want with our Salesforce automation tool.

Auto-generate reports, collaborate across departments, and raise tickets without leaving the Opkey platform.

Easily diagnose failed tests, self-heal broken tests, and escalate defects to the right people.

Covering all your Salesforce automation needs
Handle all your Salesforce modules from one interface
Opkey's Salesforce testing tool works across Sales Cloud, Services Cloud, Marketing Cloud, CPQ, and Billing.
The industry's most intuitive Salesforce test recorder
Opkey's meta-data driven test recorder provides 8-point SFDC object identification and 200+ SFDC keywords to help you test Salesforce with confidence.

Opkey tests are 2x more stable than any other SFDC automation tool.
Automated impact analysis for every Salesforce update
Automatically detect changes and maintain scripts to accommodate them.

Works for seasonal releases or integration with a third-party application.
Empower your team to catch more defects
Opkey's developer tools, impact analysis Chrome extension, and dependency trees let developers visualize every change before pushing them into your test environment, ensuring your production environment is error-free.

Seamless end-to-end test automation

With support for over 12 packaged apps and 150 technologies, Opkey empowers you to automate single-app and cross-app tests without coding.

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Key technical features
Test discovery
Opkey's automation testing tool mines your process logs to instantly discover the tests you've been running and identifies gaps in coverage.
Extensive pre-built test library
30,000+ pre-built tests allow you to onboard your automation program in weeks.
No-Code test builder
Enable any employee across business and IT teams to create tests without coding.
Key Technical Feature
Impact analysis
Get proactive alerts on what tests will be impacted before changes are pushed into production.
Self-healing scripts
After every update, quickly fix broken tests with self-healing script technology.
Advanced reports and dashboards
Opkey has out-of-the-box reporting templates and dashboards, saving you hours of time creating audit trails.
“The level of coverage and speed you can automate is far beyond anything we have seen before. Opkey helped us dramatically reduce risk and speed up testing cycles, all at a lower program cost."
Shahid Hussain
Director of Product & Application Services,
Northwell Health
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"We chose Opkey for our ERP migration after careful evaluation of five leading tools on the market. The ability to visualize our business process and testing gaps in real-time was amazing and an eye-opener."
Sandeep Pote
CIO Dilip Buildcon
Sandeep Pote
“Automating our ERP testing was a matter of necessity, not choice, for us. Opkey helped us move to 100% automated application updates in less than 6 weeks.”
Neil Saunders
Cloud ERP Manager
Neil Saunders
“Opkey has helped Sparta Systems transform our regulatory testing and quarterly update certification strategy. This has ensured business continuity for our users with a much higher quality than before."
Bruce Kratz
VP R&D, Sparta Systems
Bruce Kratz
“Opkey stands alone in terms of value given to customers, quality of product, and innovation in the field of test automation. This kind of automation is no longer optional for enterprises that wish to remain competitive and keep their systems running at top quality.”
Ian Leath
Head of Oracle Development & Engagement,
Ian Leath
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Salesforce Testing?
Testing can be performed manually or through automation testing tools for Salesforce. Manual testing involves a real person creating and executing test cases, which is time-consuming and error-prone.

Salesforce automation tools help to improve the quality of testing, reduce errors, and speed up the testing process.

There are various automation testing tools for Salesforce available in the market, such as Selenium, a popular open-source option.

Testing for Salesforce is a critical part of the development process to ensure that the applications built on the platform meet business requirements and function properly. Automation testing tools for Salesforce can help to improve the quality and efficiency of testing.

Organizations should consider using automation testing tools for Salesforce to ensure that their applications are reliable, scalable, and secure.
2. How do I test scheduled flows in Salesforce?
To test a scheduled flow in Salesforce:
  • Create a test record that meets the flow criteria.
  • Activate the flow and schedule it to run.
  • Wait for the scheduled time and verify that the flow executed as expected.
  • Check the flow's debug log for any errors or unexpected behavior.
3. Does Salesforce testing require coding?
Salesforce testing does not necessarily require coding, as it can be done manually or using No-Code automation platforms like Opkey. Opkey is a cloud-based automation testing tool designed specifically for Salesforce. It enables non-technical users to perform end-to-end testing, from functional testing to regression testing and load testing, with or without coding skills.

With Opkey, users can quickly and easily create and execute tests, and identify issues and bugs in the application before they become major problems. Opkey's automation testing capabilities for Salesforce enable users to improve the quality of Salesforce applications by providing comprehensive testing capabilities and a user-friendly interface. Overall, Opkey is a powerful tool for Salesforce testing that can help organizations to optimize their Salesforce applications and ensure they meet their business needs.
4. Which testing tool is used by Salesforce? 
Salesforce offers a range of testing tools for its platform, including manual testing capabilities, as well as automation testing tools. Salesforce users also use several third-party testing tool providers, including Opkey, which is a cloud-based automation testing tool.

Opkey provides end-to-end automated Salesforce testing, from functional testing to regression testing and load testing. Its intuitive interface allows users to easily create, manage, and execute test cases without the need for extensive coding knowledge.

Overall, Opkey's Salesforce automation helps to improve the quality of Salesforce applications by providing comprehensive testing capabilities and a user-friendly interface.
5. What are the types of testing in Salesforce?
There are several types of Salesforce testing that can be performed during the development process to ensure the quality and functionality of the application. Here are some of the most common types of testing in Salesforce:

Unit Testing: Unit testing involves testing individual pieces of code, such as classes, triggers, and controllers, to ensure they function as intended.

Integration Testing: Integration testing involves testing how different components of an application work together, such as APIs, external systems, and database integrations.

User Acceptance Testing (UAT): UAT involves testing the application from the perspective of end-users to ensure it meets their needs and expectations.

Regression Testing: Regression Salesforce testing involves testing after changes have been made to ensure that previously working functionality has not been affected.

Performance Testing: Performance testing involves testing the application's performance under different loads and conditions to ensure it can handle the expected level of traffic and usage.

Security Testing: Security Salesforce testing involves testing the application for vulnerabilities and ensuring that it meets security and compliance standards.

Overall, a combination of these types of testing can help to ensure that the Salesforce application is reliable, scalable, and secure, and meets the business requirements. And Opkey's Salesforce automation makes this type of testing a breeze.
6. How is Salesforce testing done?
Salesforce testing can be done manually or with the help of automation testing tools. Manual testing involves executing test cases and verifying results manually, whereas automation testing involves using software tools to automate test cases, simulate user actions, and generate test reports. 

Salesforce provides several tools for manual testing, such as the Developer Console, Apex Test Execution, and Lightning Testing Service, while there are third-party automation tools available like Selenium and Opkey.

Testing in Salesforce typically involves several types of testing, including unit testing, integration testing, user acceptance testing, regression testing, performance testing, and security testing, to ensure the quality and functionality of the application, and to ensure there are no major problems with Salesforce.
7. How to test a Salesforce application?
To test a Salesforce application, you can follow these general steps:
  1. Understand the requirements: Review the requirements of the Salesforce application to determine what needs to be tested.
  2. Create test scenarios and cases: Based on the requirements, create a list of test scenarios and cases that cover all the functional and non-functional aspects of the application.
  3. Execute tests: Execute the test cases manually or using a Salesforce automation testing tool such as Selenium, or Opkey. This can include unit testing, integration testing, user acceptance testing, regression testing, performance testing, and security testing.
  4. Log defects: If any defects are identified during testing, log them in a defect tracking system and assign them to the appropriate team member for resolution.
  5. Retest and validate fixes: Once the defects are resolved, retest the application to validate that the issues have been fixed.
  6. Generate test reports: Generate test reports to summarize the testing results and provide stakeholders with a clear view of the application's quality and readiness for deployment.
Overall, testing a Salesforce application requires careful planning, execution, and analysis of the testing results to ensure that the application meets requirements and is of high quality. Opkey's Salesforce automation testing tools can quickly help solve your Salesforce problems.
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