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VectorCAST Probe Points Asserts

Last updated: 2019-10-02

Can I track expected values or set comparisons within my tests?


Yes, VectorCAST allows you to declare expected values within probe points and trigger events in the execution results report (see also this video tutorial).

First, access the probe point editor via the green probe point icon in the menu bar. Place a probe point in the location where you want the assert to be.

Use the function vcast_probe_assert() to set the condition to be checked.

Run the test case(s) the condition to be checked.

Go to the execution report and check the status of the Probe Point Assertion.

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