On the Application: Unit testing landing page you can run unit test cases and test suites that are not marked as disabled, and view reports to check the quality of your application to identify rules that did not pass unit testing.
From the Application: Unit testing landing page, you can do the following tasks:
- View, open, and run unit test cases in your application, export all test cases in Excel
format, and create test suites from selected test cases on the Test
Cases tab and from existing test suites on the Test
Suites tab. To access all test cases from your application stack, not just
from the currently active application, select the Include built-on
applications option on the Application: Quality Settings landing page.
Note: If a test case is marked as disabled, you cannot run it from the landing page or from a test suite. To run a disabled test case, open it in Dev Studio and click .
- View a list of test cases with no associated rules in the Test cases tab by clicking Tests without rules.
- Create, view, open, and run Pega unit test suites in the Test Suites tab.
- View the test pass trend graph, the percentage of rules on which unit tests are configured, and see the run results of unit tests on the Reports tab.
To view and use the Automated Unit Testing (AUT) landing page, you must have the AutomatedTesting privilege enabled. Click Switch to old version. For more information, see the Pega Community article Pega 7.2.2 and later behavior when switching between Pega unit testing and Automated Unit Testing features.
AUT information is available on the Testing Applications landing page on Pega Community and in the Automated Unit Testing topics in the Pega 7.2.1 help.