QuickTest enables you to add checks to your test or component. A checkpoint is a verification point that compares a current value for a specified property with the expected value for that property. This enables you to identify whether your application is functioning correctly. You can perform. standard checkpoints and bitmap checkpoints on component steps.
When you add a checkpoint, QuickTest adds a checkpoint to the current row in the Keyword View. By default, the checkpoint name receives the name of the test object on which the checkpoint was created. You can choose to specify a different name for the checkpoint or accept the default name.
When you run the component, QuickTest compares the expected results of the checkpoint to the current results. If the results do not match, the checkpoint fails. You can view the results of the checkpoint in the Test Results window.
You insert a checkpoint step by choosing the relevant checkpoint option from the Insert menu while creating or modifying your component. (You can insert bitmap checkpoints only during a recording session.) When you create a checkpoint in a component, the displayed Checkpoint Properties dialog box opens in Simple Mode, which shows only the properties and values that can be viewed in Quality Center. For more information on this dialog box, see Understanding the Checkpoint Properties Dialog Box.
You can view or edit advanced checkpoint properties by clicking the Advanced Mode button. However, if the checkpoint contains advanced properties, and a Quality Center user views its properties in Quality Center, a disclaimer opens indicating that some properties are checked but not shown. The Quality Center user does not have the option to view or edit the advanced properties.
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