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Mobile Testing:Manage test cases

Last Updated:Apr 29, 2022

This topic describes how to manage performance test cases.

Background information

To save the data of a performance test, you must create a use case before the test starts or after the test is complete. You can apply for a remote device for performance testing. For more information about the test procedure, see the "Implement performance testing" section in Remote debugging.

Prerequisites

You are logged on to the Mobile Testing console. For more information, see Go to the Mobile Testing console page.

Go to the Performance Testing page

In the left-side navigation pane of the Mobile Testing console, choose Testing Services > Performance Testing. The Performance Testing page appears.

Performance Testing page

Create a directory

1. The first time you create a directory, the Use Cases hierarchy tree on the Performance Testing page is empty. In this case, click Create Directory. Alternatively, click the More icon next to Use Cases and select Create Directory. The Create Directory dialog box appears.

Create Directory

2. In the Create Directory dialog box, configure parameters for the directory.

Parameter

Description

Parent Directory

The parent directory in which to create the directory.

Directory Name

The name of the directory.

The name must be 2 to 50 characters in length.

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

Notice

The directory name must be unique among all directories at the same level.

3. Click OK.

After the directory is created, you can view the directory in the Use Cases hierarchy tree on the Performance Testing page.

Directory list

Create a use case

1. The first time you create a use case, the Use Cases hierarchy tree on the Performance Testing page is empty. In this case, click Create Use Case. Alternatively, click the More icon next to Use Cases and select Create Use Case. The Create Use Case dialog box appears.

Create Use Case

2. In the Create Use Case dialog box, configure parameters for the use case.

Parameter

Description

Parent Directory

The parent directory in which to store the use case.

Note

After the use case is created, you can click and drag the use case to another parent directory.

Use Case Name

The name of the use case.

The name must be 2 to 50 characters in length.

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

3. Click OK.

After the use case is created, you can view the use case in the Use Cases hierarchy tree on the Performance Testing page.

Display a use case
Note

You can also move the pointer over an existing directory in the Use Cases hierarchy tree, click the More icon, and then select Create Use Case to create a use case in the directory.

Manage use cases

1. Move the pointer over an existing directory and click a shortcut icon to manage the directory.Edit a directory

Icon

Sub-option

Description

Create icon

Create Use Case

Creates a use case in the current directory.

Create Directory

Creates a subdirectory in the current directory.

Edit

-

Renames the current directory.

Delete

-

Deletes the current directory.

Notice

After a directory is deleted, use cases in the directory are also deleted and the data cannot be recovered. Exercise caution when you delete a directory.

2. Move the pointer over an existing use case and click a shortcut icon to manage the use case.

Edit a use case

Icon

Description

Edit

Renames the current use case.

Delete

Deletes the current use case.

Notice

After a use case is deleted, the data of the use case cannot be recovered. Exercise caution when you delete a use case.

3. Click and drag an existing directory or use case to the appropriate storage location.

What to do next

Submit a test

View a test report