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The Jtest perspective is built into the Eclipse workbench and facilitates working with Jtest in Eclipse IDE. Selecting the Jtest perspective automatically opens the views that are crucial when working with Jtest on the desktop.

Views that display results of analysis run with Jtest:

  • Findings
  • Finding Details
  • Coverage

Views that enable you to create, run and enhance unit tests with Jtest Unit Test Assistant (see Working with Unit Test Assistant for details): 

  • Unit Test Assistant
  • Recommendations
  • Variables
  • Factory Methods

Regular Eclipse views:

  • Package Explorer
  • JUnit
  • Console
  • Problems

To open the perspective, click Parasoft in the menu bar and choose Open Jtest Perspective.

Alternatively, you select Jtest Perspective from the list of perspectives available in Eclipse:

  1. Click the Open Perspective button in the shortcut bar (on the top right of the workbench) or go to Window> Perspective> Open Perspective> Other... .
  2. Select the Jtest perspective from the list.

(info) Eclipse may not entirely remove perspectives when plugins are removed, and perspective names in pointy brackets may remain visible. If the Parasoft Plugin for Eclipse is uninstalled and the Jtest perspective name is still displayed, you may need to remove the perspective manually:

  1. In the menu bar, go to Window> Preferences> General> Perspectives.
  2. Select the <Jtest> perspective.
  3. Click Delete.

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