A test case list view displays a list of all test cases contained in the
Tests node or in one of its subfolders. Various commands can be
executed within a test case list view.
On the TestArchitect explorer tree
, when you double-click the
node, and then select the Test Cases
opens a list view of test cases for all
test modules in the project. (Learn more
test case list views are also available for subfolders of the Tests
The following operations can be performed on a test case list view:
You can find various common operations that can be performed on a test case list view at
Opening test steps
Steps break up a test case into smaller sections which can be maintained in an easier way.
You can display the steps of a test case in the main panel by selecting
on the context menu (see Steps
Tip: You can also open multiple test cases by using
your keyboard's Shift key to select a contiguous range of test
cases (or Control to select multiple noncontiguous test cases);
then right-click the selection, and click Open.
Opening a test case in a test module From a test case list view, you can
conveniently display a test case of a given test module within the editor by selecting
Open test case in test module from the context menu.
Cut-Copy-Paste operations, and Delete command
- From a test case list view, you can remove a given test case from one test module and
paste it to another by performing a cut-and-paste operation from
the context menu.
- The copy-and-paste operation from the context menu allows you
to create a duplicate of the selected test case.
- Use the Delete command from the context menu to remove the
selected test case(s).
Name change propagation
Select Rename from the context menu to edit the name of a selected
test case. The name of the test case is thus updated within its parent test module.
Exporting test cases to CSV files
Test cases can be
exported to .CSV
files, which can
be used as a backup or for re-importing into a TestArchitect