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Examining Pilot Run Results

Automatically Generating Scripts
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Examining Pilot Run Results
The most important Pilot run results are the scripts that your Pilot generates. This
section describes the kinds of scripts a Pilot can generate and how to view all of the
information that they provide.
Pilot Run Folder Contents
After a Pilot run is completed, TestFactory inserts a <Pilot name>-Run-<date time>
folder under the Pilot object in the application map.
The <Pilot name>-Run-<date time> folder can include the following items:
A single best script.
If you specified support scripts for the Pilot run, TestFactory places the support
scripts and the best script in a Test Suite object.
If the Pilot generated script segments that uncovered severe defects, the results
include a Defects Found folder that contains one or more single-segment
defect scripts.
If an unexpected window opens during the Pilot run, the results also include a
UAW (unexpected active window) script.
A single UI script.
NOTE: To keep detailed information about Pilots and scripts, you can take
advantage of the User Properties dialog box. To open the User Properties
dialog box, right-click a Pilot or script object, and then click User Properties
on the shortcut menu.