Relevant for: GUI tests only
In a GUI test, each test is comprised of actions. An action is a separate modular test script, including all of the steps in that action, and any objects in its local object repository and any associated shared object repositories.
Actions divide your test into logical units such as:
The main sections of a web site
Specific activities you perform in your applications
The actions used in the test, and the order in which they are run, are displayed in the canvas. For details, see The Canvas.
Tip: Create tests that call multiple actions to make your test more logical, modular, and efficient. For example, separate your actions by the main sections of a Web site, or specific activities that you perform in your application.
UFT One provides the following types of actions: