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Appendix D - Rational Test Asset Parcel File Format
Log Event Property Type Test Asset Parcel File
Log event property type test assets are exported individually.
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<TestAssetParcel>
<LogEventPropertyType>
<Name><![CDATA[Log Event Property Name]]></Name>
<Description/>
<CreationDate><![CDATA[YYYY:MM:DD:HH:MM:SS]]></CreationDate>
<ModificationDate><![CDATA[YYYY:MM:DD:HH:MM:SS]]></ModificationDate>
<LastModifiedBy><![CDATA[Name]]></LastModifiedBy>
<CreatedBy><![CDATA[Name]]></CreatedBy>
<Owner><![CDATA[Name]]></Owner>
<ViewerType><![CDATA[X]]></ViewerType>
<FormatType><![CDATA[X]]></FormatType>
<ExternalViewerCommand/>
<InternalViewerType><![CDATA[X]]></InternalViewerType>
</LogEventPropertyType>
</TestAssetParcel>
Test Log Details Test Asset Parcel File
When you export test log details, you can filter some log event properties. Log event
properties fall into six major categories:
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General Includes common event properties such as Event Type and Start Time.
General properties are always exported.
s
Result Includes properties such as Result, Failure Reason, and Failure
Description. Result properties are always exported.
s
Event Specific Includes the properties listed in the Export Test Log dialog box
and are specific to events that occurred during the test. For an event-specific
property to be exported, it must be checked.
s
User Defined Includes any custom property created in TestManager.
User-defined properties are not listed, but to be exported,
User Defined
must be
checked in the
Select properties to export
list.
s
Configuration Includes properties such as Operating System and OS Version.
These properties are exported only if
Export Configuration Properties
is checked.
s
Defect ID Includes all defect IDs associated with the test log. Defect-IDs are
always exported.
Exported test log files produce exceptionally large files, even when filtered. The
format of these files conforms to the format of .RTPAR files as established in this
appendix; therefore, a complete file is not displayed here. Try exporting a test log
detail file for yourself to see the data for specific information in the .RTPAR format.