Once your test specification is ready, you can collect components (technical names) from the AUT to map (assign) to the component names you used in your tests.
To collect components from the AUT , you must have:
- started and connected to the AUT Agent 3.1
- created a Test Case containing Test Steps 3.11.1
- added Test Cases to a Test Suite 3.14
- specified an AUT 3.6
- configured an AUT 3.7.1 if you want to start the AUT via Jubula
- chosen an AUT for the Test Suite 3.14.2
- checked that your current working language is supported by the chosen AUT .
- started the AUT to be mapped 3.19.2
- opened the object mapping editor 184.108.40.206
- Start the Object Mapping Mode by clicking the arrow next to theStart Object Mapping Mode on the toolbar and selecting which AUT (based on the AUT ID) you want to map.
start Object Mapping Mode
||If you have the same AUT running more than once, you will only be able to collect components from the AUT whose ID you chose. The object map for AUT's that are the same is, however, identical.
The status bar will show that the Object Mapping Mode is active.
- Bring the AUT into focus by clicking on its titlebar.
For Java AUT's :
For HTML AUT's :
- In the AUT for which the Object Mapping Mode was started, move the cursor over components. They will be highlighted with a green border (see 3.24).
- To collect a technical name for a component, hover the cursor over the component whose name you want to collect.
- Press »CTRL+SHIFT+Q«.
||You can change the key combination for the object mapping in the object mapping preferences 3.22.6. This is a good idea if the current key combination has a specific meaning in your AUT . You can also set the object mapping combination to a mouse click if your AUT does not accept key combinations.
- If no component is collected, then you may need to extend Jubula to recognize and test the component. More information on extending Jubula is available in the Extension Manual.
- While the Object Mapping Mode is active, the AUT cannot be used.
- To collect a technical name for a component, click the component whose name you want to collect.
- In the Object Mapping Editor , the technical name for this component will appear in the unassigned technical names category.
||If you have already mapped this component, it will be highlighted in the Object Mapping Editor .
- When you collect a technical name, it is displayed with a colored dot in the Object Mapping Editor . The color of the dot indicates the strength of the component recognition for this component, in the current state of the AUT 220.127.116.11.
- Collect all the names you need from the AUT and then click the Stop Object Mapping Mode button on the toolbar.
stop Object Mapping Mode
- You can now map (assign) the component names you used in your Test Cases to the technical names you have collected from the AUT 3.18.5.
Copyright BREDEX GmbH 2012. Made available under the Eclipse Public License v1.0.