I was looking for PDF Checkpoint!!
One of the most interesting feature for me was PDF Checkpoint. I have actually developed an API earlier to manipulate PDF files. By taking a closer look at all the checkpoints, I found that it is a new checkpoint that has been introduced in UFT 11.50 as ‘File Content Checkpoint’ which can be used to insert checkpoint for Text, Word, HTML, RTF and PDF file types. As the name suggests- File Content Checkpoint can be used to compare the content of a file generated run-time with the content of the source. I was sad there is not much as I was expecting, I will have to again rely on my API for other manipulating PDF files but happy to find that at least we now have the most commonly used testing i.e.
comparing PDFs is in place in UFT. Rather we can now compare other file types too. Checkpoint can be configured in File Content Checkpoint Properties Dialog box. If a file content checkpoint step fails during a run session, the Captured Data pane in the Run Results Viewer displays a side-by-side comparison of the generated document and the source document, enabling you to visually compare the differences between the documents, including lines or sections that were added or removed. If you have mistakenly chosen the wrong source file, you can specify it here.
The Content of the file will be shown in File Content Editor. File Content Editor has the toolbar button or right click menu option to evaluate the regular expressions. If the source file contains multiple pages, the File Content Editor is divided into separate pages. We can now do file comparisons using this inbuilt checkpoint.
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To show only pages with label-a and label-b you’d put ‘label-a’ in one label field, then add a second Label field to the macro, and put ‘label-b’ in the second one, like this:Put simply, OR values are entered in the same filter, AND values are entered in different filter. S in CQL-powered macros but in search they’re part of the standard search filters, so they don’t appear in the Add a filter menu. These options control how the macro appears on your page. List title Blank Include an optional heading for the macro Show labels for each page True Show or hide the labels applied to each item Show space name for each page True Show or hide the space name for each item Display excerpts False. Simple – displays the first line of text contained in an Excerpt macro any of the returned pages.
If there is not an Excerpt macro on the page, nothing will be shown. Rich content – displays the contents of an Excerpt macro, or if there is not an Excerpt macro on the page, the first part of the page content, as formatted text, including images and some macros.
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