Add Existing Checkpoint Dialog Box

Relevant for: GUI tests and scripted GUI components only

This dialog box enables you to add an existing checkpoint to your test while editing.

To access
  1. Ensure that a GUI action or component is the active document in the document pane.

  2. Select Design > Checkpoint > Existing Checkpoint.

Important information
  • This option is available only if at least one of the object repositories associated with the current action (including the local object repository) contains at least one checkpoint.

  • If a test object step is highlighted in the Keyword View or the cursor is located in a step in the Editor, the Add Existing Checkpoint dialog box opens with the TestObjects tree hidden. The test object displayed in the Test object box is the object from the highlighted step in the Keyword View or the specific object where the cursor is located in the Editor.

See also

Insert a checkpoint step

User interface elements are described below (unlabeled elements are shown in angle brackets):

UI Elements Description
Test object

The name of the test object for which you are adding a checkpoint.

Test Objects tree

All objects in the current action.

Show/Hide Test Objects

Shows or hides the Test Objects tree.

Display only checkpoints relevant to the selected test object

When selected, UFT determines which checkpoints from the current action's object repositories are relevant for the selected object (based on the checkpoint type and the properties selected in the checkpoint) and displays only those checkpoints in the Checkpoints list.

When using this option, open your application and display the selected object to enable UFT to accurately determine all of the checkpoints that can apply to that object.

Checkpoints

Lists the checkpoints available for insertion.

If the Display only checkpoints relevant to the selected test object option is cleared, this list includes all checkpoints from all object repositories associated with the current action.

If the Display only checkpoints relevant to the selected test object option is selected, this list displays only the relevant checkpoints as described above.

<checkpoint details area>

Displays the settings of the selected checkpoint in read-only format.

Configure value

The value for the selected checkpoint in read-only mode. For details, see Value Configuration and Parameterization.