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Add Google Chrome extension manually without webstore

This KB article describes how to add the chrome extension manually without the webstore


Situation

You want to install the chrome extension without downloading it from the chrome webstore

Solution

There are two possible solutions to add the extension manually onto the browser without downloading it from the chrome webstore

 

1.Solution - Add extension via developer mode 

Please note: Enabling the developer mode may cause risk to your work environment so it is advised to be cautious.


1. Find the chrome extension .crx file here :

  • Tosca <= 12.1: %TRICENTIS_HOME%/Resources/ChromeExtension/TOSCAChromeAutomation.crx 
  • Tosca >=12.2 %TBOX_HOME%Resources\ChromeExtension

2. Extract the .crx to a folder using 7zip
3. Open chrome://extensions/ in chrome and enable 'Developer mode'. Select 'Load unpacked extension...' then select the folder you extracted the .crx to. 
4. Reopen chrome after the extension is loaded and try scanning. 

 

2. Solution - Add extension via Tbox start program

With this method you have to add the Tbox Start Program teststep at the start of the testcase as the extension will be removed again after closing the browser.
 

Please note: All chrome processes have to be terminated before running the teststep

1. Find the chrome extension .crx file here:

  • Tosca <= 12.1: %TRICENTIS_HOME%/Resources/ChromeExtension/TOSCAChromeAutomation.crx 
  • Tosca >=12.2 %TBOX_HOME%Resources\ChromeExtension

2. Extract the .crx to a folder using 7zip
3. Now you can use the tbox start program module to load the extension.  

 

 

3. Solution - Self-host the extension

see KB0014891

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Kerstin Grois

Created: 2020-10-19 10:24:49

As of Tosca version 12.2, the path to the chrome extension is %TBOX_HOME%Resources\ChromeExtension

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Tushar Mani

Created: 2020-10-21 06:59:34

Note : The chrome extension folder should be having full permission also , otherwise it will throw error message once we extract it using 7 zip . We need to right click on the chrome extension folder and go to the security tab to provide full access to the User group . 

Refer the attachment 

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RAÚL GARCÍA VALOR

Created: 2020-10-21 11:11:52

I´m using 13.4 version
I found the file at this location: 
C:\Program Files (x86)\TRICENTIS\Tosca Testsuite\TBox\Resources\ChromeExtension

"%TRICENTIS_HOME%/"   is redirecting to  "...\Tosca Testsuite\Classic" 

Atul Luckwani

2020-10-22 09:13:18

Yes you are right the path is C:\Program Files (x86)\TRICENTIS\Tosca Testsuite\TBox\Resources\ChromeExtension

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Frédéric BONACOSSA

Created: 2020-10-23 13:34:32

Hello

for 13.1 TOSCAChromeAutomation.crx is in C:\Program Files (x86)\TRICENTIS\Tosca Testsuite\TBox\Resources\ChromeExtension TOSCAChromeAutomation

Rgds.

Anniek van Dijk

2020-10-28 09:36:08

We use Tosca 13.1 and got a warning when installing this extension. Chrome version 73.0.3683.103. But the extensions is working. 

Optional permission 'file:///*' is redundant with the required permissions;this permission will be omitted.

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Osman Zemouri

Created: 2020-11-02 16:52:10 , Updates: 1, Last Update: 2020-11-02 16:53:01

Chrome version, in my case 86.0.4240.111 (64-bits), doesn't allow the Tosca Chrome extension to be installed via the manual way (.crx). The Chrome Web Store allows only its own extensions to be installed. More info: 

https://support.google.com/chrome_webstore/answer/2811969?visit_id=637399289017055116-4095376049&p=ui_remove_non_cws_extensions&hl=nl&rd=2

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Steven Dotto

Created: 2020-11-03 07:26:01

I am using Tosca 12.2 and got the following message.

I have Tosca Chrome extension 12.2.0.5 installed. Where do I find a current version of the Tosca Chrome extension (.crx) file if the Google Chrome Web Store is not accessible?