Using the graphical user interface

The graphical user interface (GUI) of HCL OneTest Embedded provides an integrated environment designed to act as a single, unified work space for all automated testing and runtime analysis activities.

This section describes the features and capabilities included within the GUI.

GUI Philosophy

In addition to acting as an interface with your usual development tools, the GUI provides navigation facilities, allowing natural hypertext linkage between source code, test, analysis reports, UML sequence diagrams. For example:

  • You can click any element of a test report to highlight the corresponding test script line in the embedded text editor.

  • You can click any element of an runtime analysis report to highlight and edit the corresponding item in your application source code

  • You can click a file name in the output window to open the file in the Text Editor

In addition, the GUI provides easy-to-use Activity Wizards to guide you through the creation of your project components.

To learn about See
Starting a new activity Activity Wizards
Using the Project Explorer to create, develop and execute your project nodes Setting Up a Project
Understanding Configurations and Configuration Settings About Configuration Settings
Identifying and using various the components of the GUI

Discovering the GUI

Launching a GUI node from the command line Running a Node from the Command Line
Viewing and editing a source file or test script About the Text Editor
Controlling source code versions Working with Configuration Management
Viewing a report Using the Report Viewer
Customizing the GUI Editing Preferences
Adding external tools to the GUI About the Tools Menu

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