Each time Tricentis Tosca scans visual or non-visual test objects, it creates Modules that contain all technical information you needed to steer controls.
Test objects are scanned via Module folders in the Modules section.
Right-click a Module folder or use the dynamic menu Modules and select Scan.
The Scan drop-down menu offers different scanning options. You can select which technology you want to use:
To scan graphical user interfaces (GUIs) such as DotNet Winforms, Browser, JavaFX, or SAP applications, select the Application (see chapter "Scan Desktop applications").
If you want to scan classic Modules with the Tosca Wizard, select the option More->Legacy Scan (see chapter "Scan classic Modules with Legacy Scan").
Tricentis Tosca API Scan enables you to test your application programming interfaces (APIs). To use it, select the option API (see chapter "Tricentis Tosca API Scan")
To scan Android and iOS mobile applications with the Tosca Mobile Engine 3.0, select the option Mobile (see chapter "Scan mobile applications").
To scan PDF files with the Tosca PDF Engine 3.0, select the option PDF (see chapter "PDF Engine 3.0").
To scan Host emulator sessions with the Host Engine 3.0, select Host (see chapter "Create HOST Modules").
To scan browsers, applications, or debug ports via WebDriver, select the option More->Web Driver. You can steer the browsers on remote machines or on your local machine (see chapter "Use WebDriver").
To scan Salesforce applications, select the option More->Salesforce Scan (see "Create Salesforce Modules").
To scan JSON or XML files, select the option More->File Scan (see "Scan files").
To scan classic Modules for GUIs, select the option More->Legacy Scan (see chapter "Scan classic Modules with Legacy Scan").