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HCL OneTest™ Embedded is a complete test and runtime analysis tool set for systems development created in any cross-development environment. HCL OneTest™ Embedded provides tools for automated component testing, code coverage, memory leak detection, performance profiling, and UML sequence diagram tracing.
Release notes
This document contains information about new features and enhancements for HCL OneTest™ Embedded and links to useful information about the products.
Source code instrumentation overview
Source code insertion (SCI) technology uses instrumentation techniques that automatically add specific code to the source files under analysis. After compilation, execution of the code produces dump data for runtime analysis or component testing.
Target deployment port overview
Target deployment port (TDP) technology is a versatile, low-overhead technology enabling target-independent tests and run-time analysis despite limitless target support.
This section provides the instructions for installing IBM® Installation Manager and the product as well as installation verification. To install your product, follow the procedures and information in these topics. Installing the product involves verifying requirements, planning, managing licenses, and configuring web-based help.
Installation conventions and terminology
Understanding these terms and conventions can help you take full advantage of the installation information and your product.
Planning the installation
After verifying hardware, software, and user privilege requirements, plan the features and software that you want to install.
Installing the product
Installing the product involves verifying requirements, planning, performing pre-installation tasks and managing licenses.
Managing licenses
Licensing for your installed IBM® software and customized packages is administered through the Manage Licenses wizard in the IBM® Installation Manager. The Manage Licenses wizard displays license information for each installed package.
Updating software
You can search for product updates and install the updates for your product.
Reverting updates to previous versions
You can remove an update to some packages to revert to a previous version by using the Roll Back Packages wizard of IBM® Installation Manager.
Uninstalling software
Use IBM® Installation Manager to uninstall your product. If no other products are installed, you can uninstall Installation Manager also.
Uninstalling Installation Manager
Follow these steps to remove IBM® Installation Manager from your workstation.
Use these topics to configure the product.
Target Deployment Port Editor overview
The TDP Editor provides a user interface designed to help you customize and create Target Deployment Ports (TDP) for any platform on which you want to run tests or programs.
Opening the Target Deployment Port Editor
Target Deployment Ports (TDP) are stored as XDP files, which can be viewed and edited with the Target Deployment Port Editor.
Creating a TDP
This topic provides a typical example workflow for creating a new target deployment port (TDP) for a C compiler.
Editing customization points in a TDP
Use the Target Deployment Port Editor to adapt an existing Target Deployment Port (TDP) to a specific target platform or development environment.
Read these topics to learn how to use the product.
This section applies only to HCL OneTest™ Embedded for Eclipse IDE.
Generating test reports
You can generate tests reports from the results of a test harness run. Custom reports can be generated from XSL transforms.
Generating 2D and 3D chart data
You can use test data (initial values, expected values and obtained values) to generate various types of 2D and 3D graphs and charts in the chart viewer. This representation of test data is particularly valuable associated with a data pool to generate test patterns
Publishing HTML reports to the Server
You can publish HTML reports generated from HCL OneTest™ Embedded to HCL OneTest™ Server.
Opening runtime analysis reports
After running an instrumented application or a test harness, runtime analysis results can be displayed in a series of specialized viewers.
Use these additional topics to gain more knowledge about the product.