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Custom UI category

Validate the behavior of page components on custom user interfaces.

Set Component Values (Custom UI)

Set component values on a custom UI page.

Table 1. Inputs
Field Description
Execution order Integer specifying the order in which the test executes this step.

As you create steps, the system automatically assigns each step an incremental value. It causes the test to execute steps in the order in which you created them. You can change this default order by editing the Execution Order values.

Active Check box to activate this test step for use.
Application Application scope in which the system runs this step.
Test Read-only name of the test that you are adding the step to.
Step config Read-only name of the step.
Description (Appears after the test step is submitted) Description of the test step. This field value is automatically set based on the field values of the test step.
Notes Notes about the test step.
Note: Use the condition builder to set the field value. The condition builder displays an appropriate control for the field data type. For example, a reference field displays a Lookup record control.
Component values Page components to be tested and the value each page component should have for the step to succeed.
Note: The Value field defaults to the last retrieved value of the selected component.

Assert Text on Page (Custom UI)

Assert that the specified text is or is not on a custom UI page.

Table 2. Inputs
Field Description
Execution order Integer specifying the order in which the test executes this step.

As you create steps, the system automatically assigns each step an incremental value. It causes the test to execute steps in the order in which you created them. You can change this default order by editing the Execution Order values.

Active Check box to activate this test step for use.
Timeout Number of seconds allowed before the step fails. If the validation fails, the system repeats the step until the duration of the Timeout is reached. If the validation fails after the Timeout duration has passed, the step fails.
Application Application scope in which the system runs this step.
Test Read-only name of the test that you are adding the step to.
Step config Read-only name of the step.
Description (Appears after the test step is submitted) Description of the test step. This field value is automatically set based on the field values of the test step.
Notes Notes about the test step.
Note: Use the condition builder to set the field value. The condition builder displays an appropriate control for the field data type. For example, a reference field displays a Lookup record control.
Text Text to be compared with the text on the page.

Component Value Validation (Custom UI)

Validate a component value on a custom UI page.

Table 3. Inputs
Field Description
Execution order Integer specifying the order in which the test executes this step.

As you create steps, the system automatically assigns each step an incremental value. It causes the test to execute steps in the order in which you created them. You can change this default order by editing the Execution Order values.

Active Check box to activate this test step for use.
Application Application scope in which the system runs this step.
Test Read-only name of the test that you are adding the step to.
Step config Read-only name of the step.
Description (Appears after the test step is submitted) Description of the test step. This field value is automatically set based on the field values of the test step.
Notes Notes about the test step.
Note: Use the condition builder to set the field value. The condition builder displays an appropriate control for the field data type. For example, a reference field displays a Lookup record control.
Component values Page components to be tested and the value each page component should have for the step to succeed.
Note: The Value field defaults to the last retrieved value of the selected component.

Click Component (Custom UI)

Click a component on a custom UI page.

Table 4. Inputs
Field Description
Execution order Integer specifying the order in which the test executes this step.

As you create steps, the system automatically assigns each step an incremental value. It causes the test to execute steps in the order in which you created them. You can change this default order by editing the Execution Order values.

Active Check box to activate this test step for use.
Application Application scope in which the system runs this step.
Test Read-only name of the test that you are adding the step to.
Step config Read-only name of the step.
Description (Appears after the test step is submitted) Description of the test step. This field value is automatically set based on the field values of the test step.
Notes Notes about the test step.
Note: Use the condition builder to set the field value. The condition builder displays an appropriate control for the field data type. For example, a reference field displays a Lookup record control.
Component Component to be tested in this step.

Component State Validation (Custom UI)

Validate the state of a specified component on a custom UI page.

Table 5. Inputs
Field Description
Execution order Integer specifying the order in which the test executes this step.

As you create steps, the system automatically assigns each step an incremental value. It causes the test to execute steps in the order in which you created them. You can change this default order by editing the Execution Order values.

Active Check box to activate this test step for use.
Application Application scope in which the system runs this step.
Test Read-only name of the test that you are adding the step to.
Step config Read-only name of the step.
Description (Appears after the test step is submitted) Description of the test step. This field value is automatically set based on the field values of the test step.
Notes Notes about the test step.
Note: Use the condition builder to set the field value. The condition builder displays an appropriate control for the field data type. For example, a reference field displays a Lookup record control.
Component Component to be tested in this step.
Assert type Type of assert:
  • Disabled
  • Enabled
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