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Mobile Testing:Create or import a use case set

Last Updated:Mar 15, 2022

Prerequisites

Create a use case set

Step 1: On the Use Cases page of the specified app, click the Use Case Libraries tab.

Step 2: Select a use case library version from the version drop-down list or use the default version.

Note

Use case library versions must be configured in advance. For more information, see Create a use case library version.

Step 3: If no data is displayed on the right side of the page, click Create Use Case Set. Alternatively, click the More icon and select Create Use Case Set. The Create Use Case Set panel appears.

Create Use Case Set

Step 4: In the Create Use Case Set panel, configure the use case set.

Create Use Case Set panel

The following table describes the parameters.

Parameter

Description

Type

The type of the use case set. Valid values:

  • Recording Type: A use case set of this type can contain one or more use cases whose scripts are generated by means of online recording.

  • Upload Type: A use case set of this type can contain only a single use case whose script is uploaded.

Use Case Set Name

The name of the use case set.

The name must be a string.

The name must be 2 to 15 characters in length.

The name can contain letters, digits, and underscores (_).

Use Case Set Description

The information of the use case set, which facilitates subsequent query and review.

Module

The module to which the use case set belongs.

Note

You must set custom modules in advance or use the default module. For more information, see Create or import a module.

Step 5: Click OK to save the use case set.

The created use case set is displayed in the left-side hierarchy tree for the current use case library version. After you select the use case set, the relevant content is displayed on the right side of the page.

Show Use Case Set

Import a use case set

Step 1: On the Use Cases page of the specified app, click the Use Case Libraries tab.

Step 2: Select a use case library version from the version drop-down list or use the default version.

Note

Use case library versions must be configured in advance. For more information, see Create a use case library version.

Step 3: If no data is displayed on the right side of the page, click Import Use Case Set. Alternatively, click the More icon and select Import Use Case Set. The Import Use Case Set panel appears.

Import a use case set

Step 4: In the Import Use Case Set panel, configure the use case set.

Import Use Case Set panel

The following table describes the parameters.

Parameter

Description

Use Case Library Version

The use case library version for the source use case set.

Source Module

The module to which the source use case set belongs.

Destination Module

The destination module in the current use case library to which to import the source use case set.

Select Use Case Set

Specifies the source use case set.

Step 5: Click OK to import the specified use case set to the destination module of the current use case library version.

The imported use case set is displayed in the left-side hierarchy tree for the current use case library version. After you select the use case set, the relevant content is displayed on the right side of the page.

Show Use Case Set