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You can create custom test configurations by duplicating an existing test configuration locally or on DTP, and modifying the configuration to meet your organization’s development policy.

Creating Custom Configurations Locally

  1. Click  Parasoft in the menu bar and choose Preferences (Eclipse), Options (NetBeans) or Settings (IntelliJ). Then select Configuration.

  2. Right-click the test configuration you want to duplicate, then choose Duplicate Locally

    The configuration will be added to the User directory and nested in a parent directory matching the source.

  3. Right-click the duplicate configuration and choose Edit.

  4. Modify the configuration. You can:
    - rename the configuration,
    - change the containing directory name,
    - enable/disable rules; click Show rules documentation to review rules (see Specifying the Rule Documentation Directory for details on how to link rule descriptions).

Creating Custom Configurations on DTP

  1. Click  Parasoft in the menu bar and choose Preferences (Eclipse), Options (NetBeans) or Settings (IntelliJ). Then select Configuration.

  2. Right-click the Built-in or User test configuration you want to duplicate, then choose Duplicate on DTP.

    The configuration will be added to the DTP directory and uploaded to the DTP server (see Connecting to DTP

  3. Right-click the duplicate configuration and choose Edit.

    If you are not logged in DTP, the DTP login page will open in a browser. Provide your credentials to log in.
    The Test Configuration page in DTP will open. 

  4. Open the list of test configurations. The duplicated test configuration will be available in the configurations lists.

     
  5. Click the duplicated test configuration to open the configuration interface. See the DTP documentation for details about how to customize test configurations on DTP.


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