Relevant for: GUI tests and scripted GUI components
This dialog box enables you to define or modify the number of rows included in an existing table or database checkpoint.
In the Table Checkpoint Properties dialog box or Table Output Value Properties dialog box, click the Change button.
This dialog box is also available for certain list view objects. This enables you to define a table checkpoint on specific rows within a list view object.
User interface elements are described below:
Includes all rows in the checkpoint or output value.
Note: Capturing all of the data for large table or list view objects may take some time.
Includes only the rows that are currently visible in your application in the checkpoint or output value.
Available only for some environments or object types.
Includes the rows you specify in the checkpoint or output value.
You can specify any row range between 1 and the number of rows listed in the dialog box.
- If your modified row range includes new rows, UFT captures the current values of the new rows from the open application.
If your modified row range includes some or all of the rows that were already included in the checkpoint, the expected values of those cells are not changed. This enables you to modify the row range without losing parameterization, regular expressions, or other changes you may have made to the expected cell values in your checkpoint.
Therefore, you cannot use the Modify Row Range dialog box to update the expected values of an existing table checkpoint. To update the expected values of your checkpoint, use the Update Run Mode option. For details, see Update Options Tab (Update Run Dialog Box).
- If your modified row range excludes some or all of the rows that were previously included in your checkpoint, those rows (and any modifications you made to the expected values) are deleted from the checkpoint.