The Test Case Tree displays the Test Case Objects Hierarchy. To insert a new object into a test case, right-click on the test case node > Insert Object > select the object to insert > click Insert Into option
There are 2 types of objects that can be inserted into a test case. A container object that can have zero or more objects contained inside it and a regular object that can't have any other objects inside it.
The types of regular objects that can be inserted are:
The types of container objects that can be inserted are:
The number of supported hierarchical levels is practically unrestricted. A rich object hierarchy allows more precise emulation of the most complex test scenarios and also more granular performance metering. For example, you can create a transaction with any number of pages, loops, and other transactions or any parts of a loop, page, or transaction. After that, StresStimulus will monitor this transaction and create its performance sub-report.
To insert a new object as a sibling to another, right-click on the sibling > Insert Object > select the object to insert > click Insert Into option > Insert Before to insert the object before the sibling or Insert After to insert the object after the sibling.
The following commands with objects are supported:
You can change the properties of any selected object in its property grid, displayed below the object tree.
Info: The list of properties of these objects is available in User Interface Reference ->Test Case Tree.
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