Add Reference Dialog Box

Relevant for: API testing only

This dialog box enables you to add a reference file to your API test.

To access

Do one of the following:

  • Select the References node of an API test, right-click and select Add Reference.

  • Select Design > Add Reference.

User interface elements are described below:

UI Element

Description

GAC tab

Displays a list of the GAC (Global Assembly Cache) assemblies and version numbers.

Note:  

  • If you select the Choose specific assembly version option, the pane displays a list of all versions of all assemblies. You can then select a specific version of an assembly to insert in the test.

  • If you enter a text string into the Search field, UFT searches through the list of assemblies for the assembly that matches your search string.

Tests tab

A list of all tests contained in the current solution.

.NET Assembly Browser tab

Enables you to searches the file system for .NET assemblies to import into a test.

The browser displays the following information:

  • <directory location>. The location on the file system for a folder or assembly.

  • Back/Up buttons. Enable you to return to the previously selected directory or the previous level on the directory hierarchy to search for an assembly.

  • <files list>. The list of all available files in a directory location.

COM tab

A list of all software components and their location in the file system.

Note: If a path to a component is not listed in the pane, then the component is located in the <Unified Functional Testinginstallation>/bin folder.

Select

Adds the current assembly, project, or software component to the Selected References list.

Remove

Removes the current assembly, project, or software component from the Selected References list.

Selected References

A list of all assemblies, projects, or software components to add to your test. The grid displays the following information:

  • Reference Name. The reference name as displayed in the References node in the Solution Explorer pane.

  • Type. The type of reference for the selected reference, project, or assembly.

  • Location. The location of the selected reference in the file system. If a location is not displayed for the reference, it is located in the< Unified Functional Testing installation>/bin folder.