Project View

If no machine or no project has been opened, the Project View will allow you to create a project. If you choose to open a machine without having a project, a default project will be created.

The Project View contains several tabs:

  • Project, containing name and description
  • Machines, containing machines added to this project
  • Verifications, containing the verification status of each machine
  • Preferences, containing custom preferences
  • Run Configurations, containing machines paired with preferences (each pair has its own entry)

Project Tab

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This tab shows the name and the description of the current project. Both are either automatically generated by opening a machine or chosen by the user who manually created the project and can be changed by double clicking on each respectively.

Machines Tab

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This tab shows the machines belonging to the project. By using the plus button several machines can be added to the project. By clicking right on a specific machine this machine can be edited or removed from the project.

Verifications Tab

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This tab shows the status of each type of verification run on the machines contained by the project. If no test of a specific verification type has been run, a blue questionmark sign is shown. If the verification type could not recognize any failures, a green check will be displayed. If a test failed, a red x sign will be shown.

Preferences Tab

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This tab allows to add, edit and remove preference settings and shows a list of these preference settings by the names chosen by the user. By pressing the plus button you can add and by right clicking on a specific preference setting you can edit and remove.

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The screenshot above shows the window for adding and editing preferences.

Run Configurations Tab

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This tab allows to pair up machines and preferences. The machine running with default preferences will be displayed just by name. Run configurations combining a machine with a custom preference setting are shown as machinename.preferencename.