The Scenario Dashboard can be used to view and manage Scenarios within the web platform.
In This Article
- How to Access the Scenario Dashboard
- How to Select a Scenario within the Scenarios Dashboard
- Basic Scenario Information
- Scenario Dashboard Panes and Tabs
How to Access the Scenario Dashboard
The Scenario Dashboard can be accessed from the Project Dashboard and the Domain Dashboard.
Select a Scenario within the Scenarios Pane.
Select a Scenario within the Domain Scenarios Pane.
Basic Scenario Information
The following menus, options, and buttons can be found below the basic information for a Scenario:
|The Variable Set drop-down menu can be used to select a Project Version Variable Set to use for a downloaded Scenario.|
Note: To learn more about Project Version Variable Sets, click here.
|The Save button can be used to save changes that have been made to a Scenario Name and Description.|
|The Download button can be used to download a Scenario to a user's local computer for test data generation.|
|The Copy button can be used to create a copy of a Scenario within the same Domain.|
The copied Scenario will have the same configuration and can be modified without affecting the original Scenario.
|The Delete button can be used to delete a Scenario from a Domain.|
|The Make Stateful button can be used to make the Scenario stateful.|
|The Make Stateless button can be used to make the Scenario stateless. Scenarios are stateless by default.|
|The Categorize button can be used to create and manage Categories for Scenarios. It can also be used to place Scenarios in individual Categories.|
This is handy when users have a large number of Scenarios because it allows them to categorize Scenarios and search for them by Category within the Project Dashboard.
Note: For more information about Categories, click here.
|The Lock button can be used to initiate a lock at the Scenario Level. Locks prevent changes at the template level from cascading down to a Scenario at the Scenario Level.|
Note: The Sync button will not be present when a Scenario is locked. For more information about Scenario Level Locks, click here.
|The Unlock button can be used to unlock a Scenario.|
|When a Scenario is locked, changes at the Template Level do not cascade down to the Scenario.|
The Sync button can be used to sync the data and ensure the Scenario has all of the template level changes.
Scenario Dashboard - Panes and Tabs
The following panes and tabs can be found within the Scenario Dashboard:
|Scenario Domains Management Pane||The Scenario Domains Management Pane can be used to view, select, and manage Scenario Domains for a Scenario.|
Note: For more information about the Scenario Domains Management Pane, click here.
|Scenario Domains Pane||The Scenario Domains Pane displays all Scenario Domains for a Scenario. Within this pane, users can view the Scenario Domain's:|
Users can also add a new Domain to the Scenario, Optimize the Scenario, and Disable Non-Primary Receivers.
Note: For more information on the Scenario Domains Pane, click here.
|Scenario Domain Receivers Pane||The Scenario Domain Receivers Pane displays all Receivers for Scenario Domains. It can be used to enable or disable a Receiver for the Scenario and to add a Reference.|
Note: For more information on the Scenario Domain Receivers Pane, click here.
|Scenario Domain Generators Pane||The Scenario Domain Generators Pane displays all Generators that have been assigned to Scenario Domains.|
Click on a Generator Name to view what Scenario Domain Attributes are using the Generator.
|Scenario Variables Pane||The Scenario Variables Pane can be used to view, create, and manage Scenario Variables for a Scenario.|
Note: For more information on the Scenario Variables Pane, click here.
|Relationship Tab||The Relationship Tab can be used to view Parent-Child-Sibling Relationships for the Scenario.|