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% $Id: accessing.tex 10532 2010-03-16 15:57:20Z alexandra $
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% User documentation
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You can find the \gdproject{} containing the tests
in the \app{} installation directory under the subdirectory:\\
\bxname{examples/projects}. 

You can import the \gdproject{} into the \app{}-client as follows:
\begin{enumerate}
\item Select:\\ \bxmenu{Project}{Import}{}.
\item Browse to the \bxname{examples/projects} directory in the \app{} installation directory. 
\item Select both the \bxname{samples} \gdproject{} and the \bxname{bound\_modules\_samples} \gdproject{}. 
\item  Select \bxcaption{OK} in the \bxname{Import Project} dialog. 
\end{enumerate}


Once a \gdprojects have been imported, open the \bxname{samples} \gdproject{}. Start the \gdagent \bxpref{otherportnumber}, connect to the \gdagent \bxpref{connectserv} and start the \gdaut{} \bxpref{startaut}. 


When working on one machine, it may be a good idea to automatically minimize 
\app{}during test execution. This can be done via :\\
\bxmenu{Window}{Preferences}{}. \\
Alternatively, the client window can be reduced so 
that both the client and the \gdaut{} can be seen. 

\subsubsection{Result Reports}

A result report of the test will be automatically saved into the \gddb{} when the test has run. The summary of the reports can be viewed in the \gdtestsummaryview{} \bxpref{testresultview}.


You can also choose to generate result reports for test execution. 

The HTML and XML reports can then be seen in the directory defined when this option is selected. 

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