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3.2.16.7. TestMeta: ReverseConfigs

TestMeta also tests the functionality of ReverseConfigs.

For this, activate the options Test value ranges and Test order number for uniqueness.

The test can also be performed for single projects.

The value given under maximum test time in minutes applies for ReverseConfigs and all other tested processes altogether.

Projects, where the order number can be found via Lucene, are excluded from the test with following rule:

  • Projects, which do not have value ranges, because they are always found via Lucene.

  • Projects, which are marked as to be resolved (see following figure) and whose value ranges are resolvable (meaning do not have continuous value ranges without step width like 1-100, for example).

    Index order numbers dependent on value ranges Index order numbers dependent on value ranges

    Index order numbers dependent on value ranges

If a ReverseConfig is found, during the test Order number or Typecode is searched for all table rows (value range variants included).

Catalogs, which use a ReverseConfig, have the setting "No" under Index order numbers dependent on value ranges (project then the setting Use catalog setting).

If there is no ReverseConfig, as of SP5 it is checked, whether the option Index order numbers dependent on value ranges is activated.

Index order numbers dependent on value ranges Index order numbers dependent on value ranges

Index order numbers dependent on value ranges

If a search fails, the following warnings are displayed:

  • Type code search for type code "xy" failed

  • Order number search for order number "xy" failed

In addition the following warning is displayed:

  • "Found wrong project", if a project was found, which does not contain the number.

  • "Found wrong row", if a row was found, which does not contain the searched number.

  • "Found wrong variable set", if the ReverseConfig returns variable values, which do not match the order number / type code.

For ReverseConfigs only warning are shown, so that the test won't fail at it.