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Checkpoints (aka Verification Points)


A Checkpoint is defined by two things:

  1. a location in the test execution path and
  2. a subset of AUT state.  

Each time the checkpoint executes, the AUT state is compared to a predefined value.  Discrepancies are noted, and may show a regression in program behavior in the test execution report.


A checkpoint can be added in two ways:

  1. during recording, with the Verify Object Properties dialog, or
  2. by manually adding an Assertion to the test script.

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