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Eclipse Application Testing Guide
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Viewing events

After a run, open the Test Log Editor to check the results for specific events, such as the test start and end, loop, invocation, message, or verdict.

To view events, perform the following steps:
  1. In the Test Log Editor, click the Events tab.
  2. On the Events page, select an event in the Events tree, and then click the Expand Selection button (Expand Selection button) or the Collapse Selection button (Collapse Selection button) from the toolbar or the context menu of the selected event to expand or collapse the selected part of the Events tree.
  3. Click the Search button (Search button) from the toolbar or the context menu of the selected event to open the Search dialog ( Search > Search ) to the Test Log Search tab to search the events in the test log.
  4. Click the Select the verdict type to navigate arrow from the toolbar to select the type of verdict event to navigate in the Events tree. These are the possible types of verdicts you can select, depending on the verdicts in the test log:
    • Error error - Navigate through the error verdicts only.
    • Fail fail - Navigate through the failure verdicts only.
    • Inconclusive inconclusive - Navigate through the inconclusive verdicts only.
    • Pass pass - Navigate through the pass verdicts only.
    • All all - Navigate through all verdicts.
  5. Click the Navigate to First button (Navigate to First button), the Navigate to Previous button (Navigate to Previous button), the Navigate to Next button (Navigate to Next button), or the Navigate to Last button (Navigate to Last button) from the toolbar to move to the first, previous, next, or last verdict event in the Events tree.

    The navigation buttons work with the Select the verdict type to navigate arrow.

  6. Click the Horizontal orientation button (Horizontal orientation button) or the Vertical orientation button (Vertical orientation button) from the toolbar to display information horizontally or vertically.

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