ModTest Manual v2.10 - 3.2. Command table

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3.2. Command table

All the commands you have defined are listed in the Command Table.

The Name and Command Type columns show the name you gave the command and the command type. The Result column shows whether the command test succeeded. Test failures are highlighted in red. To see further details of a command, select the command and then select the View/Edit Command page.

3.2.1. Sending commands

You can send all the defined commands by clicking the Test All button (click the Test All button again if you want to interrupt the sending). The commands will be sent in the order that they are listed in the table - you can change the order if required. You can also insert a delay after sending each command, if you need to reduce the load on the slave.

The Result column will be updated as each command is sent to indicate whether the command test succeeded.

To view the detailed result of a command, select the command in the table and then select the View/Edit Command page. You can also use the View/Edit Command page to send individual commands.

3.2.2. Deleting commands

To delete a command, select it and the click the Delete button.

To delete several commands, select them by clicking on them while holding down the control key, and then click the Delete button.

To delete all commands, click the Delete All button.

3.2.3. Re-ordering commands

To move one or more commands, select them and then drag and drop them in the required position using the mouse.

To move commands using the keyboard, select them and type Ctrl-X. Use the arrow keys to move to the required position and then type Ctrl-V.

If you are moving more than one command, the commands must be next to each other.