4Test Editor, also called test plan editor or the outline, lets you edit a file. When you are in the
4Test Editor, there are a variety of text editing commands available through the
Outline menu and the toolbar. You can also
AutoComplete to automatically complete functions, members, application states, and data types in your script or include files.
If you have a data driven file open, which is a file with the extension
.g.t, a special
4Test Editor is displayed with additional items.
Find values of type
Lets you specify what types of values you want to search for in the file. The default is to search the test case for all types
of values, text, numbers, and true/false (booleans). You can uncheck or check the boxes to indicate the values you need to
- Click to search down from the cursor’s current location.
- click to search up from the cursor’s current location.
Replace value with
Lets you specify the table and column you are using to replace the highlighted value.
- Populated when you first create the
.g.t file, or whenever you open the
Find/Replace Values dialog box, or when you click the list box arrow. The text that displays depends on the names already saved in your data
source. For example, if you are using a Microsoft Excel file as your data source, a list of worksheets and named ranges displays
here. Select the table that contains the values you want to use to replace the highlighted value.
- Blank when the
4Test Editor is opened with a
.g.t file. The text that displays here depends on the names already saved in your data source. Select the column that contains
the values you want to replace the highlighted value.
- Click after you have selected a value to replace, and the table and column that contains the values you want to use as replacements.