We hope this walkthrough has helped introduce you to some of the operations and functionality of Test Design Studio. Some additional
topics in the help file that will help you better understand the application are below:
Text-Based Editor - Describes some of the many features you will find in the various text-based file editors that may not have been covered by the walkthrough.
Object Browser - Presents an organized view of all the objects currently loaded within Test Design Studio. This is an excellent way to browse the contents of a library.
Find / Replace in Files - Streamline the process of searching any accessible file to find data or perform global updates. You can even search files stored in a HPE Application Lifecycle Management project!
External Tools - Expand your horizons by working with tools outside of Test Design Studio.
Documenter - Create detailed documentation to support your projects. This is especially useful for complex frameworks with a lot of functions and/or libraries.
Static Language Analysis - Generate complex metrics for your code to help identify areas that might be costly to maintain for long-term projects.
Code Metrics - Generate complex metrics for your code to help identify areas that might be costly to maintain for long-term projects.
If at any time you ever have questions about Test Design Studio or how to use any of its features effectively, please e-mail email@example.com.
We are always available to help with technical difficulties or even discuss the best strategy for usage of Test Design Studio that will work best for you and your organization.