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Information on the Test Flow and its adjustment can be found in Customizing the Test Execution Flow  .


Important Instrumentation Setting Considerations

Build process and subsequent execution are strongly affected by the instrumentation features accessible on the "Test Configurations> Execution" tab (seeFine-Tuning Test Settings for details. In embedded solutions, it's often convenient—or even required—to disable instrumentation of specific sources (for instance, containing startup code or interrupt-handling code). This may be achieved through the "Parasoft> C++test> Execution Settings..." context menu (right-click) action, which is available in the project tree; see Execution (File-Level Only) for details.


We strongly recommend using the built-in Test Configurations for particular embedded environments and making adjustments as necessary. See Executing Tests with a Debugger, for instructions.

Enabling Internal Debugging Mode


  1. Make a duplicate of the environment-specific Test Configuration and select the duplicate from the User-defined folder.
  2. Choose the Execution> Runtime tabs and enable the Run tests in debugger(*) option.
  3. Enable the Use external debugger option. This enables External Native mode, which is only used for debugging native applications.
  4. Modify the Test Flow recipe to enable External Embedded. This mode can only be selected by modifying the Test Flow recipe. See Selecting External Embedded Debugging Mode, for instructions.

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