March 11, 2021
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Calibre can log into your Sites and applications as if it was one of your users. Until now, when using Form Authentication, we could specify the form, username and password CSS selectors, but not the submit button selector. Our Test Agent would then crawl your Sites to submit the form and successfully log in.
This process wasn’t bulletproof, especially in tracking competition scenarios where you can’t make improvements to the markup. You can now specify the Submit selector, so there are no failed tests due to markup mismatch. You have full control over selecting which elements should be interacted with when authenticating.
We added information about specifying the submit selector when using Form Authentication to track password-protected Sites. We also explained when and how to use Deployment Environments in Pull Request Reviews.
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