The Properties View is in the upper right-hand corner of each perspective. The Properties View shows details about the selected item in a browser or editor.
If you select something from a browser, you can see its details in the Properties View , but you can't edit them. You can only edit details from within an editor. Read-only fields in the Properties View have a lock icon at their left-hand side.
Test Suite details
If you select a Test Suite , you will see the following:
- The Test Suite name.
- Any comments for the Test Suite .
- The step delay for this Test Suite .
- The name of the AUT this Test Suite uses.
- The reentry properties for the default Event Handlers .
Test Case details
If you select a Test Case , the Properties View shows the following:
- The Test Case name.
- Any comments for the Test Case .
- The data source details for this Test Case
- Any parameters/parameter values if references have been used in the Test Case .
Test Step details
If you select a Test Step , you will see the following:
- The Test Step name.
- Any comments for this Test Step .
- Details about the component in the Test Step :
- The component type.
- The component name (given by you).
- Details about the action in the Test Step .
- Details about the parameters in the Test Step . For each parameter you will see:
- The parameter name.
- The parameter type (e.g. if it is an integer, a string etc).
- The parameter value (either a concrete value or a reference).
Test result details
If you select an item from the Test Result View , you will see the following:
- The result details:
- The name of the item.
- What type of item it is.
- Any comments for the item.
- The test result - if it passed or failed.
- For Test Steps , you can also see the component, action and parameter details. If the Test Step failed, you can also see the error details.
- For Event Handlers , you can see the type of Event Handler it was, and what the reentry property was.
Icons in the Properties View
When the Properties View contains data (i.e. a filled-in parameter value field), there are certain icons to help you understand the data.
- Values which are the same as in the original specification display a small gray diamond to the left of the field.
- Values which have been overwritten at a place of reuse show a small yellow diamond.
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