Test Object Map toolbar

This topic describes each button on the test object map toolbar

The Test Object Map toolbar has the following buttons:

File: Save File: Save -- Saves changes you make to the test object map.

File: Revert File: Revert -- Restores the map to the version last saved.

File: Checkout File: Checkout -- If the test object map is checked in, checks the map out of ClearCase. If the test object map is private, HCL OneTest™ UI checks out the script too. If the test object map is shared, HCL OneTest UI just checks out the map and not the script.

Edit: Cut Edit: Cut -- Removes text selected in the property set tab to a local Clipboard.

Edit: Copy Edit: Copy -- Copies text selected in the property set tab to a local Clipboard.

Edit: Paste Edit: Paste -- Inserts text previously saved to a local Clipboard at the cursor location in the property set.

Edit: Delete Edit: Delete -- Deletes the selected test object from the test object map.

Find: Quick Find: Quick -- Opens the Quick Find dialog box, which enables you to search for a test object based on a string you specify.

Find: Filters Find: Filters -- Opens the Set Active Find Criteria dialog box, which enables you to select the filter you want to use for searching the test object map or to create a new filter.

Find: Find & Modify Find: Find & Modify -- Opens the Find & Modify dialog box, which enables you to use Quick Find or Find by filters and make modifications to the results.

Find: Used Find: Used -- Finds all the test objects that have references in the scripts associated with a shared test object map.

Find: Not Used Find: Not Used -- Finds test objects that do not have references in scripts associated with the test object map.

Delete All Not Used Delete All Not Used -- Opens the Delete All Not Used Test Objects dialog box , which enables you to selectively delete test objects that do not have references in the script associated with the test object map.

Find: First Find: First -- Moves to the first test object in the hierarchy that matches the search criterion. The default criterion is State Not Clean, which searches the test object map for all objects that have a New state.

Find: Previous Find: Previous -- Moves to the previous test object in the hierarchy that matches the search criterion. The default criterion is State Not Clean, which searches the test object map for all objects that have a New state.

Find: Next Find: Next -- Moves to the next test object in the hierarchy that matches the search criterion. The default criterion is State Not Clean, which searches the test object map for all objects that have a New state.

Find: Last Find: Last -- Moves to the last test object in the hierarchy that matches the search criterion. The default criterion is State Not Clean, which searches the test object map for all objects that have a New state.

Test Object: Insert Object(s) Test Object: Insert Object(s) -- Opens the Insert a GUI Object into the Object Map dialog box, which enables you to select test objects to add to the test object map and make them available for scripts.

Test Object: Insert Dynamic Test Object Test Object: Insert Dynamic Test Object -- Opens the Add Dynamic Test Object in the Object Map dialog box. You can anchor a test object as a descendant to its parent.

Test Object: Source Object to Unify Test Object: Source Object to Unify -- Selects the source object. The source object is the old object that will be replaced by the new objects properties.

Test Object: Target Object to Unify Test Object: Target Object to Unify -- Unifies the source object with the target object. The older object is now replaced with the new object properties

Test Object: Update Recognition Properties Test Object: Update Recognition Properties -- Enables you to update the recognition properties of a test object in the application-under-test.

Test Object: Description Test Object: Description -- Opens the Set Description Property dialog box, which enables you to enter descriptive text about the object. HCL OneTest UI adds the description to the Administrative Property Set tab for the object and displays the description when you place the cursor over the object name in a script.

Test Object: Add to Script: script Test Object: Add to Script: script -- Adds the selected object to the Script Explorer, which enables you to add it to the script and select a method. HCL OneTest UI changes the text in the tooltip for this button to Add to Multiple Scripts to indicate that multiple scripts have been selected and will be affected by the command.

Test Object: Associated Scripts Test Object: Associated Scripts -- Opens the Associated Scripts dialog box, which lists scripts associated with a test object map.

Test Object: Accept Node Test Object: Accept Node -- Changes the state of the selected test object from New to "Clean."

Test Object: Accept All Test Object: Accept All -- Changes the state of all test objects from New to "Clean."

Test Object: Highlight Test Object: Highlight -- Locates the test object in the application-under-test, if visible. If HCL OneTest UI finds more than one instance of the test object, you can display neither or the top two candidates.

Test Object: Renew Name in Associated Script(s) Test Object: Renew Name in Associated Script(s) -- Renews the name of an individual script test object in associated script(s).

Application: Run Application: Run -- Opens the Start Application dialog box , which enables you to start an application and add test objects to the test object map.

Expand All Expand All -- Displays all the test objects in the hierarchy.

Collapse to Selected Collapse to Selected -- Closes all the test objects in the hierarchy except in the selected tree.

Display: Toggle Splitter Orientation Display: Toggle Splitter Orientation -- Changes the property sets display from under the Test Object Hierarchy to beside it.

Help: Help Help: Help -- Displays online Help for the test object map.

 

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