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  • @lintu C/C++test version 9.5 does not come with the Test Case Editor. That feature is available in version 9.6.1 and in C/C++Test Professional Edition 10.3.X. If you upgrade your version to these releases you will have the Test Case Editor available.
  • @lintu What version of C/C++test are you using?
  • In order to uninstall Insure++ from Visual Studio from a non-Admin user: * Open each Visual Studio IDE that Insure++ was installed on. * Go to "Tools > Extension Manager"(Pre-VS2015) -or- "Tools > Extensions and Updates"(VS2015) * After…
  • For users who wish to install Insure++ versions 7.4.10 and above as Administrator, and users (without administrator rights) to use Insure++, please follow steps carefully to register Insure++ into Visual Studio: * After running the installer fo…
  • Yes, the "-module" option will include the header files in the scan. All tested files located in the root directory or its sub-directories will be long to the module. All header files located in the root directory or its sub-directories that are inc…
  • Please contact Parasoft support with more information about this behavior as it is to vague to tell what is going on. Please provide the version of the tool, the operating system you are testing on, and any other information about this behavior (scr…
  • Please contact Parasoft support with more information about this behavior as it is to vague to tell what is going on. Please provide the version of the tool, the operating system you are testing on, and any other information about this behavior (scr…
  • For C++test 9.x, skipped files could be collected from the C++test console output (with verbosity=High): Skipping /aaa/goo.cpp - this file is not included in build Skipping /aaa/foo.h - this file is not directly testable It’s not available in C…
  • In SOAtest, there is an option to Update Assertions so if you made changes to your tests or application that is under testing you can update the assertions so your tests will pass. Please let me know if this answers your question.
  • Hi sh0x, When you created the project, did you make the project with a Build Data File (BDF) or did you use a different method to import the project into the workspace? I would recommend created a Build Data File and use that to create the pro…
  • These steps can also be applied to the other DTP Engines. Just look in the installation directory for the directory "etc" and in there will be a file listed as "[DTP Engine]cli.jvm" and this is were you can set the Java Memory for other DTP Engines.
  • Hi joy34, You can find the user that Jenkins is using in the Manage Jenkins ->System Information, it will be listed under "user.name". If you did not modify the user and used "apt-get" to install Jenkins, by default the installation will creat…
  • You can use this property in the DTP Engine's property file to use a custom location for the user rules: cpptest.custom.rule.dir=[PATH TO USER RULES]
  • Unit Test Assistant is available after the DTP Engines integration into the IDE. Information about using UTA can be located in the Jtest DTP Engine Desktop User Guide found in the DTP Engine for Java's install location under manuals. The section tit…
  • This is how I have been performing my upgrades to the DTP Engine and has been working for me. This can be applied to all the DTP Engines that are installed into Eclipse IDE.
  • The above information is a basic example of how to run SOAtest with Maven. For additional information and for the full set of available options to run SOAtest with Maven, please visit the build.parasoft.com website.
  • From my experience I haven't heard of anyone trying to use GMock or any other Mocking framework with C/C++test. I wasn't able to find information on this in our documentation so I do not see this as a supported feature right now in the tool. I do…
  • Hi Nikhitha, It is possible to add code into the Rule Wizard to define what code/pattern you want identified as a rule violation. In this case, the Python method would have to define what exactly you want marked as a violation. Another option …
  • Also if you have already submitted a support case, can you please also provide an Insure++ log from the execution run that you are seeing the behavior with. The steps to create an Insure++ log can be found here: How to create an Insure++ log file