You can run B-unit tests from an Ant script outside of Process Developer or from the B-unit View within Process Developer. For details on command line execution, see
Creating and Running a B-unit Ant Script.
You can run a B-unit test in Process Developer by using the Run As command from several locations, including right-mouse clicking on a B-unit test or test suite in the Project Explorer and selecting
Run As > B-unit
The B-unit view opens and runs the test. The following examples show a B-unit with a completed test and a failed test:
The B-unit view opens to show the progress of the test.
The Console shows the output of the test. By default, it includes the trace events and the process execution. For details of these events, see
Editing a B-unit File.
If a test fails, a failure message displays in the B-unit view. For certain test errors, you can double-click on the test that failed, and a Text Compare Editor opens to show actual and expected results.
In the Text Compare Editor, the differences between the expected and actual results are shown. You can use the
Toggle On/Off Normalized View
to simplify looking for file differences. You can also set a color preference for the Text Compare Editor, as described in
Colors and Fonts Preferences.
When the test completes, you can click on an event in the B-unit view to go directly to that section of the B-unit test in the B-unit editor.
In the B-unit view, use the toolbar icons:
. Select this to filter the view to show only tests that fail.
. Once you run one test, you can rerun it from the B-unit view.
Rerun All Failures
. Rerun failed tests from the B-unit view.
. Remembers the last 15 unit tests run. You can select a test from the list based on the name of the B-unit file.