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The Parasoft DTP Plugin and the Parasoft DTP Plugin forJava allow you to work with Parasoft DTP Engine from your IDE. This gives you an interface to perform several functions:

  • Running local code analysis
  • Viewing and interacting with analysis findings
  • Setting test configurations
  • Creating and executing unit tests
  • Collecting test findings and coverage
  • Importing data from DTP server

Parasoft Jtest Desktop facilitates:

STATIC ANALYSIS
  • pattern-based analysis
  • flow-based analysis
  • code duplication analysis
  • metrics analysis
  • continuous static analysis
UNIT TESTING
  • creating unit tests with Unit Test Assistant
  • evaluating tests cases
  • improving test quality
COVERAGE ANALYSIS
  • unit testing coverage
  • Java application coverage
 

The Desktop User Guide covers functions and settings available to Jtest Desktop users. For information about integrating DTP Engine with your build tools and deployment on a server, see Automation User Guide.

You can use Jtest within Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA and NetBeans IDEs. Except for the installation section, the screenshots in this manual are examples for Eclipse.

Conventions Used in this Guide

The following conventions have been used in this guide:

  • [INSTALL_DIR] - Refers to your DTP Engine installation directory. The default name of this directory is jtest. The path to your installation directory may resemble the following: C:\parasoft\jtest.

  • tool - Refers to the Parasoft tool you are using: Jtest DTP Engine, C/C++test DTP Engine, or dotTEST DTP Engine



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