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Test Files View

Screenshot

test files dialog

 

Purpose

The Test Files dialog allows you to navigate and alter the Test hierarchy, including the following:

oThe main JavaScript script files (*.js)

oThe report files (*.trp)

oImages captured during execution using Checkpoints

oREST web services (*.rest)

oSOAP web services (*.soap)

oAnalog recording files (*.arf)

oExcel spreadsheets (*.xls and *.xlsx)

oApplications to launch (*.exe or *.bat)

oOther data files (*.txt)

 

How to Open

The Test Files dialog is part of the Default Layout.

 

Context Menu (Folder)

Right click on a folder to see:

test files dialog, context menu 1

Create File: Create and add a new file to the test.

Add File: Add an existing file to the test.

New Group:  Create a logical grouping of files in the test. This will not add a folder to the file system.

Reload: Refresh group contents. Use it for filter groups  ('IsFilterGroup' is set to 'True' in group properties), e.g. for Report group.

Create Sub-Test...: Launch Create Sub-Test dialog.

Remove from Test: Remove the selected grouping from the test.  This does not delete included files from your hard disk.

Remove All from Disk: Remove all files included into the selected grouping from your hard disk.

 

Context Menu (File)

Right click on a file to see:

test files dialog, context menu 2

Open: Open the file in Rapise.

Open Externally...: Open the file using associated program. E.g. if a Notepad is registered in Windows to open TXT files, then TXT file will be opened by Notepad.

Remove from Test: Remove the file from your test.  This does not delete the file from your hard disk.

Remove from Disk: Remove the file from your test and hard drive.

 

Filter Groups

Filter groups read its contents from disk according to specified path and wildcard. You may setup a filter group by editing group properties:

filter group

FilterPath: Root path to find files via wildcard (valid only if 'IsFilterGorup' is 'True').

FilterWildcard: Filter wildcard (valid only if 'IsFilterGorup' is 'True').

IsFilterGroupt: 'True' if directory should show the list of all files matching 'FilterWildcard' belonging to 'FilterPath'.

Name: Group name.