Test Case Object Options¶
At the top of the Alyvix Designer panel are the options relating to the test case object as a whole:
The Object name is the reference name of a particular test case object within a given test case. A test case typically contains multiple test case objects which are used when building scripts , and thus it needs a unique, descriptive name to easily distinguish it from other test case objects.
There are also three test case parameters that affect how the selections and subselections in the component tree are detected, regardless of their type, and what happens if they fail to be detected:
Detection condition: One of the following conditions will be checked at a default interval of every
Appear: Alyvix will continuously try to detect if the test case object as a whole (i.e., all of its groups and components) appear simultaneously on screen when that was previously not the case
AppearDisappear: Similarly, Alyvix will check whether all the groups and components in the test case object appear, and then also disappear within the timeout limit
Disappear: If the groups and components of a test case object were initially present, Alyvix will detect when they are no longer visible
Timeout: This value represents the number of seconds that Alyvix attempts to detect objects onscreen. If this value is exceeded then the break flag will determine what happens next.
Break: If this option is checked, then once the timeout is exceeded Alyvix will stop the currently running script and switch instead to running the fail script. Otherwise it will continue on to the next node in the script.
The timeout and break parameters are discussed in further detail in the Selector section together with the measure parameter.