This pane enables you to change your terminal emulator settings and to validate your current terminal emulator configurations.
This pane is available only when the UFT One Terminal Emulator Add-in is installed and loaded.
Any changes you make to the settings in this pane are immediately applied to the currently open test or business component when you click OK.
Terminal Emulator area: You can select an emulator to test using the Vendor and Emulator list boxes. The displayed lists include all of the vendor/emulator combination settings that are:
You can also open the wizard to configure a new terminal emulator setting or modify an existing setting.
The Restore Factory Defaults button resets all Options dialog box options to their defaults.
User interface elements are described below:
The list of available terminal emulator vendors. Select the vendor for your emulator.
The list of terminal emulators available for the selected vendor. Select the emulator application you want to test.
The protocol that your emulator uses.
Validates the current configurations of the selected emulator, and, if an error is detected, displays a brief description that error.
Errors may result from:
For a list of possible error responses, see Validating a terminal emulator possible error responses.
Opens a specific Help page that provides a troubleshooting solution where available.
Available only if an error response is displayed after you click Validate.
For details, see Validating a terminal emulator possible error responses.
The area from which UFT One reads the label property of the emulator screen while recording a test or business component. If the location and length of the label are correctly defined, UFT One uses this value as the name of the TeScreen object. The Screen label area is enabled only for emulators that support HLLAPI.
Enter the Start row and Start column coordinates that mark the beginning of the emulator label. Define the size of the label by entering the Length (in characters).
You can change the way that UFT One reads the label property of the emulator screen, by adjusting the configuration settings. For details, see Manage terminal emulator configuration settings.
Opens the Terminal Emulator Configuration Wizard. The wizard enables you to define new settings for a terminal emulator or to modify existing user-defined settings. For details, see Terminal Emulator Configuration Wizard Overview.
Opens the Terminal Emulator Configuration Adjustments Dialog Box to allow changes to existing configuration settings in exceptional circumstances.
In general, we recommend using the Terminal Emulator Configuration Wizard to configure your emulator screen settings.