Add("Resolved defects in Recent Updates are green", "Pass"); test Results.
Add("Reopened defects in Recent Updates are bold", "Fail"); if (test Results.
When making this decision I was led by Google Apps, and it does seems the most “intuitive” way to present it.
What I like about this technique is that it’s really simple, and uses FM’s own stuff.
Test Set Factory; Test Set Tree Manager ts Tree Mgr = (Test Set Tree Manager)td Conn.
Test Set Tree Manager; Test Set Folder ts Folder = (Test Set Folder)ts Tree Mgr.get_Node By Path(test Folder); List ts List = ts Folder.
I’m really enjoying my first forays into FM12 – many things seem much easier, and often more elegant.
Many of us railway modellers are wedded to a scale and gauge, and this is the first sacred cow to be unceremoniously kicked over, and a compelling argument is put forward for choosing scale based on wants and needs from a new layout.
Yesterday I cleaned up and posted my example QCIntegration utility on Git Hub.
While it works as a standalone tool, some people might not want to wade through the code to understand or modify it.
So today, I’m going to try to explain how the OTA API works by recreating the steps as a blog post with explanation in a simple script.
I’ll start with an example using C# and then give an equivalent Python example.