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Eclipse Application Testing Guide
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Searching a test log

Use the Test Log Search tab of the Search dialog ( Search > Search ) to search for text in events or event types, such as verdict, loop, or invocation, in the test log.

Open the test log that you want to search. To search only a portion of a test log, in the Events page of the Events tab select the parent event to scope the search.

  1. Open the Search dialog ( Search > Search ) and click the Test Log Search tab. Alternatively, open the Search dialog to the Test Log Search tab by clicking the Search button (Search button) from the toolbar or the context menu of the selected event in the Events page of the Events tab of the Test Log Editor.
  2. In the Search for text field, type the text you want to find.
  3. To make the search case-sensitive, select the appropriate option.
  4. To search only a portion of the test log, click Restrict to descendants of selected element. This option refers to the element you currently have selected in the Events page of the test log.
  5. Optionally, use Elements to Search to limit your search to certain event types. Additional options are displayed for each event type that you select.
  6. Click Search.
The Search view displays the results of your search.

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