Specifying multiple value sets in initialization values

When a multiple initialization value is defined, the test generates one call to the function under test (or iteration) for each element in the set.


To create a multiple value set.

  1. In the test editor, select a Check block to edit the variable checks.
  2. In the Initial Expression column of one variable, click the menu button (Menu button) and select Multiple.
  3. In the Multiple Initial Expression window, specify the number of values in the set, and click OK. The number of iterations is evaluated and displayed at the top of the test editor and the quick edition area switches to multiple edition mode.
    Multiple values edition area
  4. In the quick edition area, type a value for each element in the set.
    • Press TAB to move to the next value in the set.
    • Click the Previous Previous button and Next Next button buttons to scroll through the elements of the set.
    • You can increase and decrease the number of elements in the set.
    • Click the ... button to open the advanced editor window
  5. Press ENTER or click Apply changes button to apply the changes.