On the ALM sidebar, under Lab Resources, select AUT Environments.
ALM Editions: The AUT Environments module is available only in ALM Edition. For more information about ALM editions and their functionality, see ALM Editions. To find out what edition of ALM you are using, ask your ALM site administrator.
|See also||AUT Environments Module Fields|
User interface elements are described below (unlabeled elements are shown in angle brackets):
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Describes the filter currently applied to the tree. Located directly above the tree.
|<AUT Environments tree>||
Located on the left side of the window, organizes and displays your AUT environments hierarchically.
Note: You cannot move AUT environments within a folder. When you refresh the tree view, AUT Environments in a folder are alphabetized.
Located on the right side of the window. Lists the AUT environment fields. For details on the fields, see Test Plan Module Fields.
Located on the right side of the window. Contains a grid of the parameters and default values for the selected AUT Environment object.
If you do not override the AUT environment parameter in an AUT environment configuration then the default value is used during execution.
Note: Only visible when an AUT environment object is selected.
Located on the right side of the window. Contains a grid of parameters and values for the selected AUT environment configuration object.
You can select a parameter in the values tab and override the default value derived from the AUT environment level. If you do not override a parameter value, the default value is used during execution.
Note: You cannot modify the parameters in the automatically generated Default AUT environment configuration.
If the AUT environment configuration is linked to CDA, you can select a dynamic value from a drop-down list in the CDA parameter list.
For details on CDA, see Link AUT Environments to CDA.
Note: Only visible when an AUT environment configuration object is selected.