Q-BOT by Q-leap
Q-Bot with a web application
In this video you can see how the web application installed on Q-Bot allows you to get the OTP (One Time Password) by clicking on the “Get” button.
Automation solutions can then use this web application, retrieve the OTP value and use it in the next authentication step.
All test case or RPA (Robot Process Automation) solutions are able to interact with the Q-Bot web application. This approach has been tested with Katalon, TestComplete, UiPath and Automation Anywhere.
Q-Bot with Postman
This video shows that it is also possible to interact with Q-Bot
through a simple and secure API. The value of
The OTP (One Time Password) is returned with the API response and thus allows automation solutions to continue with authentication.
The API approach is the most flexible since it allows integration at the code level. This approach has been tested with Selenium, Robot Framework, Blue Prism and Power Automate.
Q-Bot with Cypress
In this last video we see how the Cypress automation solution is used to execute a simple login test case on a page protected by a strong token-based authentication.
Cypress uses the Q-Bot API to retrieve the OTP value and enter it into the corresponding field on the authentication page.
All other automation solutions, whether they are test case or business process oriented, have integration via API and can therefore retrieve the OTP of tokens.