The Testing Panel is a fairly sophisticated panel, allowing the user to configure the eiConsole test for the selected component. . It is composed of two main panels, with the first largely defining the content in the second. On the left side, the first panel contains all of the objects within the selected component column (effectively all components of the same type / column). On the right, the component selected in the left panel may be configured for testing.
The Object Table lists all components in the selected routing column. Each component is represented as a row, with its status, name, and type supplied respectively as columns. The status icons used here are equivalent to those used in the routing panel.
Skip This Stage Option
The Skip This Stage Option specifies that the current stage will be skipped in the testing iteration.
Start Test Here Option
The Start Test Here Option specifies that the test will begin at this stage. Any other stages set with this option will be set to the Normal Option if this option is enabled. An initial file may be provided in the appropriate field.
The Source Field allows the user to specify a file with which to begin the test, if one is appropriate to the selected stage.
End Test After Here Option
The End Test After Here Option specifies that the testing iteration will halt after this stage is complete.
Test Results Table
The Test Results Table lists all files or information contexts created by the current stage being processed in the testing iteration. Results are represented as rows, with their IDs (somewhat randomly generated), generation times, percent of the time that this stage took and statuses listed respectively as columns.
View Stage Output Button
The View Stage Output Button allows the user to view the selected test result.
Trace Point After Here Option
The Trace Point After Here Option allows user to stop processing and edit the data at at selected stage.
“The Testing Window is effectively the same window as the normal application, excepting that it differentiates in that it changes the current state of…”