This window enables you to define and maintain business components.
On the ALM sidebar, under Testing, select Business Components.
User interface elements are described below (unlabeled elements are shown in angle brackets):
|<Business Components module common UI elements>
|<filter status bar>
Describes the filter currently applied to the tree. Located directly above the tree.
Located on the left side of the window, organizes and displays your business components hierarchically.
The tree contains the following special folders:
|Components root folder
Represents the top level of the component tree. Components cannot be created directly in the root folder. This folder cannot be copied within the same project, renamed, or deleted.
Contains requests for new components that were submitted from the Test Plan module.
This folder cannot be renamed or deleted.
In this folder, component requests can be edited but cannot be copied.
Component requests can also be edited in the Test Plan module.
When importing libraries, components in the Component Requests folder are not included in the process.
Version Control: Version control is supported. For details on working with version control in ALM, see Version control.
For task details on requesting components, see Create business process tests and flows.
Contains any components or component requests that have been removed but are still being used by one or more business process tests or flows. This folder cannot be renamed or deleted.
Components in this folder:
Lists the component fields. For details on component fields, see Business Components Module Fields.
Captures and attaches a snapshot image from the application. For user interface details, see Snapshot Tab.
Snapshots can be viewed and modified in the Business Component Settings dialog box in UFT One. For details on the Business Component Settings dialog box, see the UFT One help.
Enables you to create or view the manual steps of your business component.
For user interface details, see Manual Implementation Tab.
Enables you to create or view the automation of your business component.
For user interface details, see Automation Tab.
Defines input and output component parameters and default parameter values for the business component. For user interface details, see Parameters Page.
Displays the dependency relationships between components, tests, flows, and resources (including application areas). For user interface details, see the ALM help
Displays a log of changes made to the component. For details, see Display ALM history.
When a folder is selected, this tab is available for creating a graphical representation of data related to business components. For details, see Live Analysis graphs.