Main modules : Module for stationary objects : Function “Input, change, list”
Function “Input, change, list”
This module is used to structure, organize and manage locations, customers and test objects. The sequences and tests can be managed and assigned to test objects. Test results can be compared and test reports printed out.
 
The module view consists of the following 3 parts:
 
4. Tree view: This view consists of two sub-trees, namely the electric tree on the left and the location tree on the right.
All customers, test objects and locations – as well as their mutual relationships – can be registered, shown and managed here. Objects can be selected here. Refer also to “Tree view”.
 
5. Detailed view: All details for the selected object are shown in this view. Once the test object has been selected, the test sequences used for this object, as well as all tests conducted on this test object, are shown in various tabs. Refer also to “Detailed view:”.
 
6. a) List view: This view shows a list of all test objects located in the branch below the selected object in the tree view. A variety of criteria can be defined to filter this list so that only the required data is shown. Objects can also be selected here. Refer also to “List view – Standard function” or “Lists”.

b) List view – extended sarch function (for large data volumes): If you work with large data volumes, it is useful to make a pre-selection of those data which are currently relevant for you. This helps to improve system performance.
In this view, 2 index cards are shown. A selection has to be made via the first index card „SELECTION LIST“ as to which test objects are to be displayed in the „LIST OF OBJECTS“ index card. This list, in turn, can be filtered further by means of various criteria. See also List view – extended search function or “Lists”.
 
 
Video „Basic operation of the three views“ using the example of portable objects
 
(1) Tree view (2) Detailed view (3a) List view – standard search; (a) Marking of active view; (b) Active sub-function
 
(1) Tree view (2) Detailed view (3b) List view – extended search; (a) Marking of active view; (b) Active sub-function
 
The active view is always shown with a green border.
Within the border, the active sub-function is indicated by a bold green bar at the top.