A repository results list view displays a list of all repository test results contained
within either the Results node or one of its subfolders.
On the TestArchitect explorer tree
, when you double-click the
node, and then select the Results
displays in the main panel a list view of
the repository test results for the project.
Note: Repository test result list views are
also available for subfolders of the Results node.
The following operations can be performed on a repository test result list view:
You can find various common operations that can be performed on a repository test result
list view at Common operations.
Opening a result
From a list view, you can display a repository test result in the main panel by
right-clicking its list view entry, then clicking Open
Tip: You can also open multiple test results by using your
keyboard's Shift key to select a contiguous range of test results
(or Control to select multiple noncontiguous test results); then
right-click the selection, and click Open.
Opening the source test moduleYou can have the
editor open the test module responsible for a given test result by selecting Open
related test on the context menu.
Re-executing the tests
You can re-execute the
test(s) responsible for selected test result(s) by selecting Execute related
on the context menu. (Learn
Setting/unsetting a baseline result
Any repository-based test result can be set as the baseline for the test module with which
it is associated. Alternatively, if a given baseline result no longer needs to be designated
as a baseline, you can unset it. Use the Set as baseline result and
Unset baseline commands of the context menu for these purposes.
(See Setting baseline result, and Unsetting baseline results for further information.)
Comparing test results
Side-by-side comparison of test results, or side-by-side comparison between a test result
and a baseline result from the same test module, enable you to track your progress over
time. To compare a repository test result to its corresponding baseline, use the
Compare to baseline result command of the context menu.
The Mark to compare, Compare results, and
Go to marked result commands may be used to compare any two "peer"
results, where neither is required to be a baseline. (More information is available at Comparing results with baseline and Comparing results without baseline.)
Cut-Paste operations, and Delete command
- From the repository test result list view, you can remove a given repository test
result from one result folder and paste it to another by performing the
Cut and Paste operations from the
- In addition to the conventional cut-and-paste and copy-and-paste from the
context menu, you can drag and drop a project item, or a selection of items, from
a list view into a folder or node of the same type in the TestArchitect explorer tree.
- Performing drag-and-drop within the same project is equivalent to cutting and
pasting. Performing a drag-and-drop across different
projects, on the other hand, is a copy-and-paste
- During a drag operation, at any time your mouse
pointer is over a location that cannot accept the type of item being dragged,
the pointer turns into a black crossed circle . Releasing the
mouse button at this point simply cancels the operation.
- Use the Delete command, from the context menu, to remove the
selected repository test result(s).
Renaming test resultsRepository test results can be renamed using
Rename on the context menu.
Converting test result to external files
From the context menu, a local
test result can be converted and exported to the following:
Integration with third-party tools
TestArchitect seamlessly integrates
with several powerful third-party tools, to assist in application development, continuous
integration, and test management. Interfaces with HP Quality
Center (QC), Team Foundation Server/Microsoft Test
Manager (TFS-MTM), and Zephyr are all available to
extend TestArchitect's functionality and empower your and your team.
- HP Quality Center:
- Team Foundation Server-Microsoft Test Manager: