Power Mode Group

The Power Mode group enables you to turn Power Mode on and off. When you turn Power Mode on and select one of the nodes in the Power Mode group, the right pane displays the settings for that node.

For details on which features are available in Power Mode, see Run Tests in Power Mode.

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To access

In the Power Mode group, click the On button.

Important information

You must define an application for your test in order to run it in Power Mode.

The Power Mode group contains the following nodes:

UI Elements

Description

Application

Defines the application you want to test.

The application currently defined for your test is displayed in parenthesis in the Application node.

For details, see Application Pane (Power Mode Group).

Data Injection - only available for ALM users

Defines the data sets you want to use with the data injection feature.

The number of data sets currently defined for use with your application is displayed in parenthesis in the Data Injection node.

For details, see Data Injection Pane (Power Mode Group).

Macros

Displays the macros that are associated with the currently defined application.

The number of macros currently defined for use with your application is displayed in parenthesis in the Macros node.

For details, see Macros Pane (Power Mode Group).

Mirroring Rules - only available for ALM users

Displays the rules that are associated with the currently defined application.

The number of rules currently defined for use with your application is displayed in parenthesis in the Rules node.

For details, see Mirroring Rules Pane (Power Mode Group).

Scanners - only available for ALM users

Defines the settings for each scanner that you want to use during your run.

You can scan your application for spelling errors, Web Standards errors (Web applications only), broken links, and localization errors. For details, see Scanners Pane (Power Mode Group) / Scanner Settings Dialog Box.

Mirroring - only available for ALM users

Defines the secondary machines on which you want to replicate the actions you perform during your run.

The number of secondary machines currently defined for with your application is displayed in the parenthesis in the Mirroring node. For details, see Mirroring Pane (Power Mode Group).