The Testpoints Window Toolbar

The Testpoints Window Toolbar provides options to execute configured tests on the currently selected Testpoint object, stop a test run currently in progress, filter the displayed items, and save the results of a completed test run.

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Testpoints toolbar options

Toolbar Button

Action

See also

TestpointText

Field showing the name of the currently selected Testpoint object.

 

 

StartTestIcon

Execute the test run.

 

 

Stoptesticon

Stop the test run currently in progress.

 

 

TSToggle

Toggle between showing all items and showing only those items that have constraints defined.

 

 

TSToggle2

Toggle between showing all items and showing only operations that have been marked for inclusion in this Test Cut; this button is only enabled when a Test Cut object is selected.

When a Test Cut is selected, each of the operations of its associated Class are displayed with a checkbox; you use this checkbox to mark the operations that apply to this Test Cut.

 

Test Cut

 

TPMenu1

Click on the drop arrow next to this icon to display the Test Run Options menu, providing the following options:

Prefix Trace output With Function Call - Prefix all trace output lines with the executing function name
Enable Standard Breakpoints during Testing - When not checked, test run ignores any breakpoints in current breakpoint set, and attempts to set breakpoints during run are ignored
View Trace output - Display the Testpoints tab of the Output window

 

Breakpoint and Marker Management

The Output Window

 

SaveTest

Click on this icon after completion of a test run to save the results to Test item on the current object.  Saved tests can be viewed using the Testing Workspace.

A prompt displays to select the Test Class - Unit, Integration, System, Acceptance or Scenario. Select the appropriate Test Class and click on the OK button.

 

Working on Test Records

 

Helpicon

Display the Testpoint Management help topic.

 

 

ShowHideTestCollections

Show or Hide the Parent Collections pane

 

The Testpoints Window

 

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