Customizing AXD Mac OS X Tools Test Settings
You can customize AXD test settings in several ways by choosing which tests are run,
whether to loop tests, and whether to stop or continue testing when an error occurs.
To customize AXD Mac OS X tools test settings:
In AXD Mac OS X tools, select the test settings you want.
To do this
Choose which tests are run
In the Test Selections list, do the following:
To select a test, select the checkbox next to
To select a specific test within a category of
tests, click the disclosure triangle next to the
category, and then select individual tests.
To select all tests, click the Select All (+) button.
To remove all tests, click the Deselect All (–)
Loop all selected tests
Select “Loop tests by,” and then do the following:
To loop all selected tests a specific number
of times, select Count and enter a number of
times to loop.
To loop all selected tests for a specific amount
of time, select Time and enter the number
of hours and minutes to loop. When the
specified time is reached, the current loop
must complete before the tests stop. For
example, if one loop of your test set takes 2
hours to complete and your specified time is
3 hours, AXD Mac OS X tools stops testing in
4 hours. (Instead of stopping at 3, it waits for
the current test set loop to complete before
Change what to do when an error occurs
In the On Error pop-up menu, do the following:
To stop testing when the first error occurs,
To continue testing when errors occur, choose
To save your customized test settings for future use, in the Test Group pop-up menu,
choose Save Current Group. Enter a name for the group and click OK.
For more information, see the next section, “Customizing AXD Mac OS X Tools Test
Using AXD Tools
Using AXD Tools
To run the test, click Start Testing.
When the test completes, a PASSED or FAILED message appears on screen. Click
anywhere to close the message.
If you stop the test before it completes, no message appears.