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Print Test Design

Postby AlphaTester » 5. Dec 2008, 11:28

Hi,

there is no opportunity to print the test design.
An XML Outputfile (or an other text based file) would be great.

Fftc...
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Re: Print Test Design

Postby sreise » 23. Jan 2009, 12:56

hi,

what do you associate with a test design?

- do you mean the network of a compound block?
this can be done via the print button in the top toolbar (but as graphic, not as textbased description)

- or do you mean the design/style settings of a report template?

- or do you mean the whole workflow through all executed blocks?

- or sth else???
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Re: Print Test Design

Postby AlphaTester » 4. Feb 2009, 11:40

Hi,

I will try to explain it:
A customer asked "How did you test this functionallity?"
Now I need to explain what happend in my Test Case.

It could be a graphical solution (so far I did not test it) but a text solution would be worked as well.

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Re: Print Test Design

Postby cgittinger » 25. May 2009, 22:20

mhmh - so I guess the existing print functions or either printing too much (the full testSuite printout), or printing not enough (the printout of a single blocks documentation).
Do you need something like "starting from a top-block, print a doc-page of all of its used blocks" ?
(maybe optionally with a "skip-system-library blocks" flag).

Another alternative would be a "print all blocks tagges so-and-so" function. or a "print all blocks under a particular folder" function.

Which would you prefer most ?
Any other suggestions ?

cheers, Claus
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