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Foglight for Virtualization Enterprise Edition 8.7 - Dashboard Support Guide

Publishing Module Unit Tests Result to a Report

Foglight comes with report templates that you can use to publish module unit tests result to a report. Depending on the level of information that you want to see in the report, you can report on all modules, or selected modules only.

Reporting on all modules results in a flat list of all modules and sub-modules showing the same information that appears on the Module Unit Test Report. For each module and sub-module, it shows the number of functions, queries, along with the numbers and percentages of function and query unit tests.

Reporting on selected module shows more details about unit tests. For example, you can see the numbers of all functions and queries compared to the numbers of the module’s functions and queries that include unit tests. For each unit test, you can see its name, duration, and result, and a list of functions or queries that are missing unit tests. Use this information as a quick reference to investigate unit test results and to identify which components are missing unit tests.

To report on the modules selected in Step a, click Unit Tests (Selected Modules).
The Schedule Report dialog box appears.
To return to the Development Tools page, click Development Tools in the breadcrumb trail.


Exploring Type and Property Definition Inconsistencies

The Types Documentation Report lists all namespaces that exist in your environment. A namespace is a collection of types that share the same concept. For example, each Foglight module has a collection of types associated with it. While type names must be unique within a namespace, it is possible to have same type names across multiple namespaces. For each namespace, the list shows the types it contains and their properties, and whether their names follow the standard naming convention, and indicates if they include descriptions and enumeration descriptions (for Enum types) that are identical to their names.

Use this dashboard to quickly evaluate if your model includes any types or properties with inconsistences in their name and description and to list them. Start by selecting a namespace that includes errors. Then, review the types that contain name or definition errors. For each type or property, the table shows its name, the number of properties with errors (types only), whether the first letter is an uppercase letter, the type name is a compound word with each element’s initial letter capitalized, and if the description (and enumeration description for Enum types) exists or is the same as the type name.

Getting Started

To access this dashboard, on the Development Tools page, click Types Documentation Report.

On the Development Tools page, click Types Documentation Report.
The Failed Types and Failed Properties views on the right refresh, showing the selected namespace types and properties with errors.
In the Failed Types view, observe the type errors.
In the Failed Types view, click a type.
The Failed Properties view refreshes.
In the Failed Properties view, observe the property errors.
To return to the Development Tools page, click Development Tools in the breadcrumb trail.

Finding Help Identifiers

The Help Identifiers dashboard allows you to list help identifiers for a selected module or sub-module. Help identifiers can be embedded in help files to enable context-sensitive help for a specific component in the browser interface.

Start by selecting a module. For each help identifier, the list shows the related component name, its help ID, and the component purpose.

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