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  • Overview
  • Configuring the test mode
  • Command line
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Overview
The test of entire project is used to simulate the application start by the executable. This allows you to run the test of entire application, even if its development is not finished yet. As soon as a problem occurs in the execution of the project, the debugger can be started to identify and fix the problem.
Different parameters are used to:
  • Run the test of a project by specifying a command line.
  • Run the test of a project by specifying a specific runtime directory.
  • Run the test of a project with a manifest (in Windows Vista only).
  • Run the test of a project by using the rights granted to another user. This setting is used to check the operating mode of the application by simulating the UAC mechanism in Windows Vista.
Remark: The test of a project can be run regardless of the current element in the editor.
Configuring the test mode

Command line

To run the test of a project using a command line, all you have to do is specify this command line:
  1. Under the "Project" section, in the "Test mode" group, scroll down "Test mode" and select "Test mode setting" (Ctrl + Shift + F9).
  2. Type the command line.
    • Versions 20 and later
      The custom command line corresponds to custom parameters used to run the project test.
      New in version 20
      The custom command line corresponds to custom parameters used to run the project test.
      The custom command line corresponds to custom parameters used to run the project test.
    • Versions 20 and later
      The common command line corresponds to common parameters used to run the project test. These parameters are saved in the project and they are taken into account when the project is shared via the SCM.
      New in version 20
      The common command line corresponds to common parameters used to run the project test. These parameters are saved in the project and they are taken into account when the project is shared via the SCM.
      The common command line corresponds to common parameters used to run the project test. These parameters are saved in the project and they are taken into account when the project is shared via the SCM.
    The command line used during the test is displayed (concatenation of common and custom command lines).
The different elements of the command line will be passed in parameter to the current program.
Reminder: These parameters can be retrieved by programming with CommandLine.
Minimum version required
  • Version 15
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