Using the Property List
Using Interaction Objects to Guide the Application Mapper through the AUT
b. Type a name for the style in the Name box.
c. Click OK.
d. To close the Edit Data Entry Style dialog box, click OK.
TestFactory assigns the new style to the selected component and adds the style name
to the Name list and to the Select style list on the Style toolbar in the Properties
view (for UI objects).
Specifying a Required String Case for a Component Using the
An alternative way to specify a required string case for a component is to use the
Property List dialog box. The properties that you can modify in the Property List for
a component are the same as the UI object properties that you can modify for a
UI object. The difference is that TestFactory applies the settings in the Property List
only to the component as it maps and tests the interaction object that contains the
component. Changing the property settings of a UI object component does not
affect the UI object or its UI object properties.
To specify a required string case in the Property List dialog box:
1. In the Interaction Object view, double-click the component name.
2. In the Property List dialog box, expand the Shared properties.
NOTE: We recommend that you use the Edit Data Entry Style dialog box to
specify the required string case for a component. The Edit Data Entry Style dialog
box lets you designate a style for the component, which TestFactory can then
apply later when you run Pilots to test the mapped path.
Property List dialog
box for the