You can make changes to a checklist you created for a GUI checkpoint. Note that a checklist includes only the objects and properties that need to be checked. It does not include the expected results for the values of those properties.
Saving a GUI Checklist in a Shared Folder
By default, checklists for GUI checkpoints are stored in the folder of the current test. You can specify that a checklist be placed in a shared folder to enable wider access, so that you can use a checklist in multiple tests.
The default folder in which WinRunner stores your shared checklists is WinRunner installation folder/chklist. To choose a different folder, you can use the Shared checklists box in the Folders category of the General Options dialog box.
To save a GUI checklist in a shared folder:
The Open Checklist dialog box opens. Note that GUI checklists have the .ckl extension, while database checklists have the .cdl extension. For information on database checklists, see “Modifying a Standard Database Checkpoint,”.
The Open Checklist dialog box closes. The Edit GUI Checklist dialog box displays the selected checklist.
The Save Checklist dialog box opens.
Type a name for the shared checklist. Click OK to save the checklist and close the dialog box.
Editing GUI Checklists
You can edit an existing GUI checklist. Note that a GUI checklist includes only the objects and the properties to be checked. It does not include the expected results for the values of those properties.
You may want to edit a GUI checklist if you add a checkpoint for a window that already has a checklist.
When you edit a GUI checklist, you can:
Note that before you start working, the objects in the checklist must be loaded into the GUI map.
To edit an existing GUI checklist:
The Open Checklist dialog box closes. The Edit GUI Checklist dialog box opens and displays the selected checklist.
Click each object that you want to include in your checklist. Click the right mouse button to stop the selection process. The Edit GUI Checklist dialog box reopens.
In the Properties pane, select the properties you want to check or accept the default checks.
You also specify arguments for checks on certain properties of nonstandard objects.
A new GUI checkpoint statement is not inserted in your test script.
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